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Jessica Stock
Jessica Stock • 2 years ago

Cannabis Wine Gaining Ground in California. ~ It seems that a select few California wineries are secretly producing wines laced with cannabis, according to The Drinks Business, and Cabernet Sauvignon seems to be the grape variety of choice for the blend.

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A well-made Cabernet Franc is without a doubt one of my favorite wines; although very few wineries produce a pure varietal wine from this little-know Bordeaux grape, and it’s usually overshadowed in blends by Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Pure expressions of Cab Franc are fairly difficult to find, but I can’t encourage you enough to try and seek out a bottle for yourself and let me know your thoughts!

  • Rachel Rigoglioso

    do you have a suggestion for a pure cab franc? It's my favorite type but I haven't encountered any that weren't partially mixed

  • Kris Chislett

    I do really like the Alexander Valley Vineyards Cabernet Franc (from the review). I also like Mont Gras (Chilean) and Lang & Reed (California). Decent Cab Franc does have a tendency to start getting expensive though!

Merlot: Less tannic than cabernet sauvignon, this red wine grape produces dark wines that are generally full-bodied, high in alcohol, and with notes of chocolate and plum. The most widely planted grape variety in Bordeaux, it can make wines that range from easy-drinkers to prized bottles worth aging. Food Pairing: Because of its diversity, there are a lot of options here — everything from grilled meats and blue cheeses to salmon and mushrooms.

Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon :: Dense blackberry aromas, silky-smooth with soft, round tannins accented by vanilla from the French Oak. #wine

The Darioush Estate takes a true minimal interventionist approach to their winemaking, something which I was always find refreshing to hear! All their grapes are hand-harvested and hard-sorted. Their wines are also bottled without filtration, a step which although meaning an increase in sediment and an almost hazy appearance to the wine, doesn’t strip the wine of much of its flavor and yields a much more “natural” end product

The Wagner Family, who currently own and operate Caymus Vineyards, have been in America since 1885. They settled in Northern California, but ended up in Napa after the San Francisco earthquake of 1906. $18.99

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Do you know how many pounds of grapes go into a bottle of #wine?

Alma Negra “M Blend,” Mendoza, Argentina. ~ ‘03 was the first vintage of Alma Negra. The winery was started by a little-known gent named Ernesto Catena, with only 11 barrels being initially produced.