Ocean breezes kiss the sandy soils of this Californian treasure land of Lodi. Experience this silky velvet-soft, burgundy-hued Cabernet as it pops with blackberry, cassis and a hint of rose petal.
Every wine has a genetic history, Cabernet Sauvignon, which literally means “wild vines” is the boldest baddest wine on the block. Recent studies at UC Davis showed Cabernet Sauvignon’s parents to be Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Franc. It gained a reputation in the 80s as a hardy steak wine and the word Cab replaced the word Burgundy in American nomenclature. Its football captain dominance is a result of the flexibility of the grape. It can grow almost anywhere and the thick skins of the grapes can take a beating from the terrors of the vineyard. It has the toughness of a street thug yet can produce a wine with the soul and poetry of an artist.