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“For those who prefer red, the Gallo Twin Valley Cabernet Sauvignon is also a fine choice.”
“The Humanitas 2003 Monterey County Cabernet Sauvignon is super smooth and filled with just-picked blueberries and hints of hot chocolate.”
“Mr. Chevallier believes the secret to the wine's quality is the concentration of flavor produced in the Cabernet Sauvignon, which is achieved by the depths the vines' roots reach into the ground, where the soil is at its most impoverished.”
“Italian Tocai is an aromatic dry white made entirely from the Tocai grape known as Sauvignon Vert in France, whereas Hungarian Tokai or Tokaji is a sweet dessert wine made using Furmint and Haréslvelü grapes.”
“The most widely recognized grape variety, Cabernet Sauvignon aka "the King" can illustrate many different aroma's and flavors.”
“Cabernet Sauvignon, which is the largest red wine variety, was up a substantial 35%, the equivalent of nearly 8 million cases, from the very light 2008 harvest.”
“Certain wine varietals, such as Sauvignon Blancs, can typically be consumed within five or six years to retain their fruity characteristics and fresh aromas.”
“Edi Kante's wines are among the finest, from the international grapes such as Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay to the aromatic, indigenous Vitovska and Malvasia.”
“Not long ago, only wine geeks talked about "flights" of wine -- that is, several wines tasted against each other because of some common trait, such as Sauvignon Blancs from around the world.”
“Margaret Riegel Over the past few weeks, we have recommended quite a few types of wine that would be good during warmer weather, such as Sauvignon Blanc and Barbera.”
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