Posts Tagged ‘cabernet’

Sargent Canyon Cabernet Sauvignon – 2013 – Wine Review – ALDI

10/09/2016

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For a Cab, the color is a medium-red.  This one tastes like a Cab.  Mild tannins, a little bit of oak and the grapes add the character and the dryness of a Cab.  There are no off-tastes unlike this recently reviewed wine. This is a fairly good wine, but not a very good or great Cab.  There’s still quite a bit of roughness about this one.  It’s not as smooth as a better Cab.

Cabs are on the stronger side of the wine taste scale.  If your preferences run towards milder wines, this one is probably not for you.  It would be hard to find an everyday food that would overpower this wine.  On the other hand, this wine would overpower most milder foods.   This was a September ALDI’s Wine Of The Month.  However, it also seems to be a regular on the ALDI wine shelves.  At $6.99 a bottle, this is a value price compared to a similar quality California Cab elsewhere.

Denada Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon – 2013 – Wine Review – Trader Joe’s

05/15/2016
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Cabernet
Denada Cellars
2013

This is not an especially good wine.  It’s drinkable, which is more than I could say for some others.

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Alexander & Fitch – Cabernet Sauvignon – 2009 – Wine Review

12/31/2010

There is a difference between a $3 bottle of wine and a $7 bottle of wine.  And it’s not just the nice heavy bottle the $7 wine comes in.

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