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3/25/21

[Answer] Where did Cabernet Sauvignon originate?

Answer: Bordeaux France




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Where did Cabernet Sauvignon originate? The Bordeaux wine regionis intimately connected with Cabernet Sauvignon even though wine is rarely made without the blended component of other grape varieties. It is the likely place of origin of the vine and producers across the globe have invested heavily in trying to reproduce the structure and complexity of Bordeaux wines. While the "Bordeaux blend" of Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet Franc and Merlot created the earliest examples of acclaimed Cabernet Sauvignon wine Cabernet Sauvignon was first bl… Cabernet Franc is believed to have been established in the Libournais region of southwest France sometime in the 17th century when Cardinal Richelieu transported cuttings of the vine to the Loire Valley. They were planted at the Abbey of Bourgueil under the care of an abbot named Breton whose name became associated with the grape. Carménère - Wikipedia Carménère - Wikipedia Cabernet Sauvignon - Wikipedia Cabernet Sauvignon - Wikipedia Origin: Klosterneuburg Austria: Original pedigree: St. Laurent & Blaufränkisch: Notable regions: Austria: VIVC number: 13484 Ice wine (or icewine ; German: Eiswein) is a type of dessert wine produced from grapes that have been frozen while still on the vine.The sugars and other dissolved solids do not freeze but the water does allowing for a more concentrated ...


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