Cabernet Sauvignon grapes grow almost anywhere

Wine clubs offer Cab collections

Cabernet Sauvignon in St. Helena, CACabernet Sauvignon usually matures for up to a year and a half in barrels of high-quality oak. Napa wineries trying to create the perfect Cab draw from the best grapes of multiple rootstocks and vineyards, combining them in vats of French oak for just the right balance. An example this is the Signature Cabernet Sauvignon of Conn Valley Vineyards, which comes only from the best of the vintage. The 2011 Signature Cab is a dark purple and red wine with an aroma of berries, blue flowers, anise and minerals. It has a fruity palate of blackberries and blueberries with a hint of violets. Many wine clubs offer collections of Cabs from different parts of the U.S, so you can explore the similarities and differences between them.

Some very good Cabs near St. Helena, CA

Among the world-class wines made at Anderson’s Conn Valley Vineyards near St. Helena is a famous Cabernet Sauvignon. The Conn Valley Cabernet has been rated one of the top Cabernets in the world since the inaugural vintage of 1987. The fruit is more like mountain fruit than valley floor fruit. The Conn Valley Cabernet is a chef-style wine. Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate describes the 2010 Cab as “an elegant, finesse-styled effort to enjoy over the next decade.” They also offer Estate and Signature Cabs, which are of particularly high quality.

Anderson’s Conn Valley Vineyards has been owned and operated by the Anderson family since 1983. Wine club members save $25 buying the 2013 Signature Cabernet Sauvignon online. If you’re looking for a good wine to serve at a special occasion, order a bottle today

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