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We are closed on Thursday and Friday this week for our yearly inventory count. These days no new orders will be sent and the physical store is closed.

All orders received by Wednesday at 6pm will sent this week and the physical store is open on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Open for pickup:
27/6 Tuesday 12pm - 4pm
28/6 Wednesday 4pm-6pm
29/6 thursday - closed
30/6 Friday - closed
 

Cabernet sauvignon


The world's most famous grape for red wine is Cabernet Sauvignon.

Initially, the grape was known as the most characterful in wines from the most significant chateaux in Bordeaux, such as the premier cru vineyards of Haut-Médoc: Ch. Lafite, Ch. Latour, Ch. Margaux and Ch. Mouton-Rothschild, that all have around 75% cabernet sauvignon. Nowadays, cabernet sauvignon is known worldwide under its own name, thanks to its spread in California, Australia, Chile, Italy and Spain.

The grape gives wines that are dense and flavorful, with aromas of blackcurrant and cedar and often age exceptionally well.

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