Cabernet Sauvignon grape

In this article, we will look at the most famous grape variety in the world - Cabernet Sauvignon.

Let's start with the history,

This grape variety first came to prominence by accident back in the 17th century. Wine growers did not plan to grow it specifically, it came about by chance through the crossing of two other varieties of Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Franc. But how and where exactly did this happen?

Initially, there was information that the birthplace of Cabernet Sauvignon was, imagine that - ancient Rome. Surprisingly, the 18th century theory was confirmed in 1996.

Famous for its great yield, the grape quickly spread around the world because of its most important characteristic – its ability to adapt to all weather and temperature conditions.

What to combine with Cabernet Sauvignon wines…

Aged in oak barrels for two years, this wine is characterised by a high of acidity, tannin and alcohol content, so it is best served with full-fledged meat meals (ribs, filet mignon and rack of lamb). It is recommended to add sauces (brothel sauce or balsamic glaze).

Originally obtained as a result of blending, Cabernet Sauvignon is also combined with many grape varieties.

Which Cabernet Sauvignon wine would you like to try?