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Varieties of Wines -> Cabernet Franc Wines

 Straight from Bordeaux, France, and of extremely similarity to the wine resulting from the Cabernet Sauvignon cast, despite its highly delicate palate rate. This wine posses tint pellicle and herbaceous flavors, likely to yielding rather light wines, of noble varietal, with less tannin along with the character of greenly leaves. Yet this wine would be ideal if consumed still young or briefly aged. These grape wines might be employed in the crafts of wines, species crossed with other grapes, such as Malbec, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.
 In the Loire vale itís utilized in the making of rosť wines from Anjou, and so too the pure cast put into the works of Chignon and Bougueil. Being the prime grape employed by the world-famous Chateau Cheval Blanc wine.
A major characteristic are its flavors of cayenne pepper, blackberry, potatoes skin, chocolate and strawberry, which denotes this wine. In color cast lively-ruby, crispy, well-balanced, mature comprised of a great bouquet.
The cabernet franc would be idyllically garnished by red-meat and gamey.

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