Cabernet Sauvignon: Discovering, Exploring, Enjoying
Cabernet Sauvignon tastes as good as it sounds: exotic, fragrant, intense, and a bit mysterious. No wonder that wine drinkers the world over have fallen in love with its charms. Wine writer Chris Losh takes you on an intriguing, no-nonsense tour of the world of Cabernet. You'll find out why red Bordeaux lovers owe a debt to an ancient glacier, and why Coonawara and Margaret River are doing battle for top dog status Down Under. A handy "How to Taste" section and tips on storing and serving will teach you what you need to know to start enjoying this enigmatic wine.
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