Posts in Varietals
Cabernet Franc

Cabernet Franc is a medium-skinned grape variety of the genus vitis vinifera. It is not clear where the grape vine originated but there is some evidence it came from the Basque region of France. The grape is considered one of the “International” varieties having originated in around France.

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The wines of Châteauneuf-du-Pape (CDP) vary from full-bodied reds to rich and mouth filling whites and even some light–hearted Rosés. The CDP AOC is the largest single AOC in the southern Rhone valley in France. Bordered to the North by the northern Rhone Valley (CDP is equal in size to the total vineyard area in the northern Rhone); to the east is Gigondas and Vacqueryas; to the South is Provence and to the west, the Languedoc.

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