2020欧洲杯滚球

cabernet sauvignon

noun, often capitalized C&S
cab·​er·​net sau·​vi·​gnon | \ ˌka-bər-ˈnā-sō-vin-ˈyän How to pronounce cabernet sauvignon (audio) , ˌka-bər-ˈnā-sō-vē-ˈnyōⁿ How to pronounce cabernet sauvignon (audio) \

Definition of cabernet sauvignon

: a dry red wine made from a single widely cultivated variety of black grape

called also cabernet

Examples of cabernet sauvignon in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web This lovely wine is a blend of lemberger (also known as blaufrankisch), cabernet franc and cabernet sauvignon. Dave Mcintyre, Washington Post, "Summer sipping doesn’t get much better than these five wines under $20," 26 June 2020 Hisaw suggests tempranillo, cabernet sauvignon, or a Southern Rhone grape blend like GSM (grenache-syrah-mourvedre). Tina Danze, Dallas News, "6 Texas wines to drink with barbecue," 24 June 2020 In Napa Valley, California, Kristin Belair picks the best grapes from 50 acres of vineyards to create high-end cabernet sauvignon and sauvignon blanc wines. Eric Niiler, Wired, "'Carbon Farming' Could Make US Agriculture Truly Green," 24 June 2020 Here, cabernet sauvignon tends to dominate the blends. Dave Mcintyre, Washington Post, "Bordeaux is the original ‘wine blend,’ but it’s more contemporary and affordable than you might think," 13 Mar. 2020 Jon makes cabernet sauvignon with grapes from his late father’s Sagmor Vineyard. Allie Morris, Dallas News, "Legendary Texas winemaker Kim McPherson partners with brother on new winery near Fredericksburg," 28 Feb. 2020 Napa cabernet sauvignon should stay at about its prior levels. Elin Mccoy, Bloomberg.com, "Great Deals in California Wine Are Coming," 21 Feb. 2020 Today’s Israeli winemakers are catering to modern appetites with European varieties like merlot, chardonnay and cabernet sauvignon, which taste very different from the wines the biblical kings drank. Yadid Levy, Smithsonian Magazine, "Why Wines From Israel’s Negev Desert May Represent the Future of Viticulture," 16 Apr. 2020 No Napa cabernet sauvignon, no Willamette Valley pinot noir, no Burgundy, no Pomerol, no Brunello di Montalcino. Eric Asimov, New York Times, "15 Wines Under $15: Inexpensive Bottles for Stay-at-Home Drinking," 2 Apr. 2020

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First Known Use of cabernet sauvignon

1886, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for cabernet sauvignon

French

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The first known use of cabernet sauvignon was in 1886

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6 Jul 2020

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“Cabernet sauvignon.” waleadership.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://waleadership.com/dictionary/cabernet%20sauvignon. Accessed 9 Jul. 2020.

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