Club Cabernet

Club Cabernet - Station to Station Wine
Club Cabernet - Station to Station Wine
Club Cabernet - Station to Station Wine
Club Cabernet - Station to Station Wine
Club Cabernet - Station to Station Wine
Club Cabernet - Station to Station Wine
Club Cabernet - Station to Station Wine
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Who doesn't love a Claret? James Bond sniffed out a baddie posing as a Sommelier in Diamonds are Forever by exposing him as not knowing what a Claret is. The Brits starting referring to Bordeaux reds as Clarets last century. We start with a cleansing Cabernet from the Languedoc: F D Skalli - a start-your-engines-Cabernet! CLARET ALERT: Barton and Guestier Margaux 2015 showcases 100% Cabernet in all of it's Left Bank Bordelaise glory. Moving to the new world and Australia's McLaren Vale, the big and juicy Mitolo 'Jester' Cab Sauvignon. We have a pair of Americans: Camp Cabernet Sauvignon is from Sonoma and is bright and young, while Viano Vineyards Private selection 2014 is rich and developed. We finish back in the old world with one of the most famous names in wine: Ornellaia Le Volte 2015, a Super-Tuscan Cabernet Sauvignon-led blend from the Tuscan coast of Bolgheri. Chin chin. STSWine

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