In 1997 researchers at the University of California at Davis, backed by DNA analysis, revealed shocking news: Cabernet Sauvignon was the love child of Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc, the result of a likely spontaneous cross somewhere in the Bordeaux region. This was surprising for two reasons. It established that a dark-skinned grape could have a white parent. It also revealed, counterintuitively, that two varieties with considerably lighter wine profiles could produce a grape associated with fuller body, higher alcohol and more copious tannins.
Château Musar Musar Jeune Rouge Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2013
Casa Silva 1912 Vines Colchagua Valley Sauvignon Gris 2017
Angiolino Maule Rosso Masieri Veneto Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
Lieu Dit Santa Ynez Valley Cabernet Franc 2016
Thomas-Labaille L'Authentique Sancerre Sauvignon Blanc 2017
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