Cabernet Sauvignon is rivaled only by Merlot as the most popular red grape variety in the world. It is the fine structure of Cabernet Sauvignon that makes it appealing to wine lovers worldwide. This grape can make wines that age beautifully for decades. Its flavor characteristics are most commonly described as blackcurrants and cassis, and its aromas are of pepper, spice, cedar, chocolate and ripe berries. When grown in cooler climates, green pepper and eucalyptus notes are evident on the nose.
Wine made from this grape can be found on the kosher market at every price point. Almost all of the most expensive kosher wines on the market are made with this varietal.