(pairing food with cabernet sauvignon)

Grown all over the globe, these wines are some of the fullest, richest and most age worthy in the world. Dark in color, high in tannin and medium in acid. The most common flavors associated with these wines are black currant (cassis) and black cherry. Often blended with Merlot and/or Cabernet Franc, particularly in Bordeaux.

Because of the power and structure, Cabernet Sauvignon is best served with a main entree. The most common food choices are: beef, wild game, chicken, some pasta dishes, and denser vegetables like mushrooms and some squash.

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