Columbia Crest's Two Vines Cabernet Sauvignon is a soft, balanced Washington State red wine cuvée that combines Cabernet Sauvignon (95%), Merlot (4%) and Shiraz (1%) grape varieties.
In the glass, this wine shines in a dark red with cherry-coloured highlights. The bouquet reveals a fruity aroma of juicy cherries and ripe blueberries. Fine nuances of oak wood accompany this. With a gentle balance and balanced body, this American red wine convinces the palate. The fruit fullness harmonizes wonderfully with subtle roasted notes and delicate hints of dark chocolate. The enduring finale comes with a nice length.
Vinification of Columbia Crest Cabernet Sauvignon Two Vines
After harvesting the grapes, the harvested material is destemmed and carefully ground in the wine cellar of Columbia Crest. The resulting mash is fermented for 7 to 10 days. To give this red wine its strong colour and expressive aromas, the must is pumped over the mash twice a day. After the fermentation process is complete, this wine is aged for 12 months in wooden barrels.
Food recommendation for the Cabernet Sauvignon Columbia Crest Two Vines
Enjoy this dry red wine from the USA with freshly grilled beef with crisp salad, pasta dishes in spicy sauces or with medium-ripe cheeses.
|Type of Wine:||Red wine|
|Occasion & Theme:||balcony/patio , barbecue , Party|
|Ageing in:||small barrel|
|Grape Variety:||Cabernet Sauvignon , Merlot , Shiraz|
|Duration of maturation (in Months):||12|
|Aromas & Palate Notes:||berry fruit , stone fruits , spicy , dřevité|
|Mouthfeel/ Texture:||velvety , dense|
|Optimal serving temperature in °C:||15 - 18|
|Style:||New World , classic|
|Food Pairing:||bright, hearty dishes , spicy food|
|Glass Recommendation:||Red Wine Glass|
|Bottle Design & Features:||Bordeaux Style , classic|
|Bottle size in L:||0,75|
|Shutter type:||Stelvin Screw Cap|
|Alcohol % ABV:||13,0|
|Allergens & Misc. Ingredients:||contains sulfites and sulfur dioxide|
|Distributor:||Wein Service Bonn GmbH - DE-ÖKO-005 - Königswinterer Str. 552 - 53227 Bonn - Deutschland|