Due to its great capacity of adaptation to all kinds of weather, Cabernet Sauvignon is considered the king of red varieties. Its grape, native from Burdeaux, France, produces a wine with remarkable acidity, rough and with a strong presence of tannins. Once matured, it turns out to be a tasty wine with full body. It has intense colors and a complex aroma of fruit, truffles, coffee, green peppers and cassis.
It often benefits from being aged for several years.
In our country, it is grown along the entire wine route. It is ideal to accompany meat, stews, pasta and desserts.
Cluster: loose though compact, bluish black and conical in shape.
Grapes: small, with thick skin, round, black and juicy.
Ripeness: late, ideal for temperate areas with a soft autumn season.