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What type of body does Cabernet Sauvignon have?

While Cabernet Sauvignon can grow in a variety of climates its suitability as a varietal wine or as a blend component is strongly influenced by the warmth of the climate. The vine is one of the last major grape varieties to bud and ripen (typically 1–2 weeks after Merlot and Cabernet franc ) and the climate of the growing season affects how early the grapes will be harvested. Many wine regions in California give the vine an abundance of sunshine with few problems in ripening fully which increases the likelihood of pro…

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In its place Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz and Pinotage have risen to prominence with Cabernet Sauvignon being the most widely grown red grape variety covering 12% of all plantings in 2009. Other red grape varieties found in South Africa include: Carignan Gamay (often made in the style of Beaujolais wine with carbonic maceration ) Grenache ...

Hungarian varietal Cabernet Franc is a typically full-bodied moderately or highly tannic wine with rich aromas of spices blue flowers and red/black berry fruits with a reasonably good aging potential of about 10 years. These wines typically undergo 12 to...

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