Category: Cabernet Sauvignon

  • Argentinian wine mountains

    The Best Wines of Argentina

    Long gone are the days when Argentian winemakers focused more on quantity over quality. The most notable change came from passionate winemakers like Catena Zapata and Familia Zuccardi, who have introduced Argentinian wines across the world.

    Here’s a list of the best Argentinian wines we've had the pleasure of trying. The demand for these wines is off the chart and from what we have seen, it is not going to stop any time soon. Continue reading

  • Rustenberg RM Nicholson Stellenbosch Label

    Rustenberg RM Nicholson Stellenbosch Review

    With a dusty, almost incense-like quality to the smell, the wine exhibits some of the classics of the Stellenbosch terroir, displaying mineral notes (less common in reds by tradition than their white counterparts) such as graphite. Well balanced tannins combine with a slight acidic quality to produce a versatile wine almost reminiscent of a mild, less fruity, Malbec. The juices stride proudly through the tasting notes and push forward the fruity profile of the wine as the mineral notes begin to fade away to give rise to the true underlying flavor profiles... Continue reading

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    The history and popularity of Cabernet Sauvignon

    Cabernet Sauvignon is a red grape single variety popular for its durable, thick structure and the vines have the properties of resisting the elements. After the discovery of the grape, the Cabernet Sauvignon variety started to be adopted in various parts of France by winemakers in search for more durable plants that can be grown easily, and the grape was produced abundantly in the region of Bordeaux... Continue reading