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Region Bairrada, Portugal
Vintage 2013

$45.00

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Region Bairrada, Portugal

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Bryant Cabernet Sauvignon 2012
Bryant Cabernet Sauvignon 2012
Region California, United States
Vintage 2012

$1,985.00

Woodward Canyon Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 - 1.5 Litre
Region Washington, United States
Vintage 2014

$162.00

Groth Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve 2016
Region California, United States
Vintage 2016

$204.00

Vineland Cabernet Franc 2018
Region Ontario, Canada
Vintage 2018

$16.50

375 ml - Cono Sur Cabernet Sauvignon 2019
Region Maipo Valley, Chile
Vintage 2019

$6.50

Rust En Vrede Stellenbosch Reserve Vanderstel 2018
Region Maipo Valley South Africa
Vintage 2018

$38.00

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Region Central Valley, Chile

$11.75

Carmen Cabernet Sauvignon Gran Reserve 2018
Region Central Valley, Chile
Vintage 2018

$15.50

Franq Rouge 2015
Region Central Valley, Chile
Vintage 2015

$45.00

Edge Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
Region California, United States
Vintage 2018

$34.00

Sterling Cabernet Sauvignon 2017
Region California, United States
Vintage 2017

$32.00

Cypress Cabernet Sauvignon 2017
Region California, United States
Vintage 2017

$16.25

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    What is the best Red Wine to drink?

    When it comes to Red Wine, you have a variety of classic grapes to choose from. One of the best Red Wines is a Pinot Noir, the Louis Latour Chateau Corton Grancey. It's a textural masterpiece with mouth-watering acidity and grippy cedar-like tannins.

    What kind of food goes with Red Wine?

    Even though Red Wine might taste fine with a large variety of foods, a great wine pairing can make your meal taste truly amazing. A Cabernet Sauvignon goes perfect with a rich red meat like beef steaks or grilled burgers. Meanwhile a Sangiovese pairs well with rustic, Italian-style dishes like lasagna and veal Parmesan.

    What is a good Red Wine for beginners?

    Red wine is often classified by body type, which means how heavy the wine feels in your mouth. For a light-body wine you can try a Pinot Noir or Beaujolais, while for a full-body one the best options are Cabernet Sauvignon or Malbec.