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Cabernet Sauvignon

Getting Cozy With Cabernet Sauvignon
Cabernet Sauvignon is often referred to as “the king of grapes,” and with good reason. This late-ripening red varietal is grown to high levels of quality throughout the world, showing its characteristic dark fruit and cedar notes. Suitable for extended oak and bottle aging, it provides some of the world’s most expensive bottlings from Bordeaux, the Napa Valley, and beyond. Planted more than any other red-skinned grape, Cabernet Sauvignon thrives ...more
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2015 Salient® Cabernet Sauvignon

2015 Salient® Cabernet Sauvignon

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4.3

“Dark Fruit, Structured, Barrel Aged”

$38.99 Regular Price$29.99 Members
2016 Brethren of the Road® Cabernet Sauvignon

2016 Brethren of the Road® Cabernet Sauvignon

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4.1

“Complex, Velvety, Luscious”

$54.99 Regular Price$45.99 Members
2018 Porter & Plot® Cabernet Sauvignon

2018 Porter & Plot® Cabernet Sauvignon

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4.1

“Dark Fruit, Bold, Premium”

$33.99 Regular Price$28.99 Members
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2016 Diviner® Cabernet Sauvignon

2016 Diviner® Cabernet Sauvignon

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4.1

“Dark Fruit, Structured, Velvety”

$32.99 Regular Price$27.99 Members
2018 Restless Earth® Cabernet Sauvignon

2018 Restless Earth® Cabernet Sauvignon

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“Robust, Dark Fruit, Single Vineyard”

$18.99 Regular Price$16.99 Members
2018 Chop Shop® Cabernet Sauvignon

2018 Chop Shop® Cabernet Sauvignon

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4.2

“Round, Fruit Forward, Food Friendly”

$16.99 Regular Price$14.99 Members

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Cabernet Sauvignon

What makes Cabernet Sauvignon such a special red wine is its concentration of phenolics – the chemical compounds found in grapes that impart color, tannins, and flavor compounds. Because of this concentration, Cabernet Sauvignon is an excellent candidate for aging – a well made Cab can easily cellar for 20-50 years. It’s also a powerful wine, well suited to oak treatment during vinification, which only increases its concentration and longevity. ...more