CABERNET


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CABERNETConcerted Action on Brownfield and Economic Regeneration Network (University of Nottingham; UK)
CABERNETESPRIT Network of Excellence in distributed computing systems architectures
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Cabernet Sauvignon is the top-selling varietal or wine type in direct-to-consumer (DtC) shipments from U.
Warwick Cape Lady Cabernet Sauvignon 2015, Western Cape, South Africa (PS8.
95) 2013 Miner Emily's Cuvee' Cabernet Sauvignon (California).
Almquist Family Vintners 2009 Milbrandt Northridge Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon (Wahluke Slope, Washington; $28)
95) Brandlin Cabernet Sauvignon Mount Veeder 2011 (Napa Valley, CA).
Yet it's a relatively modern variety produced by a chance cross-pollination between cabernet franc and sauvignon blanc grapes in 17th-century south west France.
Look for two 2005 whites (sauvignon blanc, chardonnay), one 2005 blush (white zinfandel) and three 2004 reds (merlot, cabernet sauvignon, shiraz).
Some of the fleshiest examples of new-world Cabernet Sauvignon wine come from California, where the Napa Valley's generous climate seems to encourage deep and fruity blends.
That's produced a more robust cabernet free of the greenness, or vegetal flavors, so common in Chilean cabs.
Meredith in the May Nature Genetics, cabernet sauvignon's genetic link to the sauvignon blanc grape, the source of a light white wine, is a surprise.
There are wines from such giants as Penfolds, Australia's largest winery and producers of the country's famous red wine, Grange Hermitage, as well as other fine wines including Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon; and Orlando Winery, which exports wines under its Jacob's Creek label and its highest quality wines under the St.