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Award-Winning National Wine Day Cabernet Trio (6 Bottle)

Our wine buyers have created a noteworthy sampling to give you a taste of the most popular red wine in America—Cabernet Sauvignon. This trio includes a gorgeous gold medal Bordeaux, an expressive Horse Haven Hills Cabernet from Washington, and a volcanic and high-altitude terroir-driven Red Hills Lake County Cab from California.

Award-Winning National Wine Day Cabernet Trio (6 Bottle)
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Wines In Sampler:

2018 Elementus Red Hills, Lake County California 'C Factor' Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 Elementus Red Hills, Lake County California 'C Factor' Cabernet Sauvignon
The Red Hills of California’s Lake County produced this pretty, fruit-packed wine with long length.
2019 Les Charmes du Marquis Bordeaux, France 2019 Les Charmes du Marquis Bordeaux, France
Brimming with blue, black and red fruit flavors, this Bordeaux beauty is a gold medal-winning wine.
2019 Knoll Haven Winery Horse Heaven Hills, Washington Cabernet Sauvignon 2019 Knoll Haven Winery Horse Heaven Hills, Washington Cabernet Sauvignon
Garnet in hue, this beautifully balanced Cab is a wine of exceptional weight, length and flavor.

NOTE: Because these wines are all in very limited supply, substitutions for wines similar in character and of equal or higher value may occasionally be made.

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