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  • Cabernet Franc Tasting Notes

    Often used in Bordeaux blended wines, this red grape is also a popular single varietal. With notes of strawberries, raspberries, and plum fruit, it pairs well with tomato sauce-based dishes and tenderloin or pork.

    Dry Sweet
    Light Full
    Low High
    Low High


    Black Cherry



    Forest Floor


    Cabernet Franc – Fun Facts

    Origin was established in southern France in the 17th centrury.

    Parent grape to cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Carmenere.

    Historically well-known as “Bouchet” in the Loire Valley of France.

    December 4th of every year marks the celebration of Cabernet Franc Day!

    Cabernet Franc – Prominent Grape Growing Areas

    Cabernet Franc – Prominent Grape Growing Areas

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