Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Sauvignon, is a black autochthonous French variety from which the red wine is made. Today, some of the most popular and most expensive red wines in the world are obtained from this variety. There is almost no winery that does not produce it. The most famous producers from Medoc are Lafite, Latour, Margaux, Mounton-Rothchild …

Cabernet Sauvignon trivia

Origin: Bordeaux (Bordeaux) France (especially the left bank of the Gironde River, from Medoc to Graves).
Other cultivated countries: USA (Napa Valley), Australia, New Zealand, Chile, Argentina, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Central, and Eastern Europe. It is also grown in Serbia, Croatia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia and Montenegro.
Characteristics: The vine is easily adaptable to different climatic conditions and soil, the grapes are bluish, small, with multiple pits and thick skin. They produce complex wines with a deep red color, rich aromas, and tannins. That is why the burgundy model or famous blend is applied, mixing with Merlot. Today in Bordeaux, his cabernet blend is often made to soften cabernet sauvignon, while in Australia, he is blended with shiraz.

When aging young cabernet sauvignons in oak barrels, his cruelty is softened. Cabernet Sauvignon is often referred to as the holy grail because it ages and changes its aroma. It has the potential to age.
Color: Light to dark ruby ​​color in aged wines.
Flavors: Fruity (black currant, plum, blackberry, and blueberry), spicy (mint, eucalyptus and green pepper), floral (violet), earthy (leather, cigar box, sharpened pen), herbal (tobacco), sweet (chocolate) and roasted (coffee).
Alcohol percentage: 13-14%
Pairing with food: Roasted red meat, dried meat, sausages, game, semi-hard, and hard cheeses …

Aguara chocolate dedicated to Cabernet Sauvignon wine

Perhaps the most popular blend of dark chocolate with red wines is this combination. We have spiced up this famous story with specific peppers that, in combination with the aged Cabernet, give a particular impression.