Cantine Ca' Baradei Cabernet Franc

Gironde region in France but it has been widely cultivated in our area since the nineteenth century. It was favoured by farmers for its high yields compared to the Cabernet Sauvignon. Known for early harvesting, having a good sugar content and a low level of tannins. Its distribution was and is mainly concentrated in the areas that followed the path of the Piave river; place comprised of stony clay soil. Some say that this grape variety is a descendant of Carmenere due to its prominent herbaceous notes.

Loading...

Wine bottles

Cabernet Franc

Grape Variety

Cabernet Franc (red grape)

Description

Gironde region in France but it has been widely cultivated in our area since the nineteenth century. It was favoured by farmers for its high yields compared to the Cabernet Sauvignon. Known for early harvesting, having a good sugar content and a low level of tannins. Its distribution was and is mainly concentrated in the areas that followed the path of the Piave river; place comprised of stony clay soil. Some say that this grape variety is a descendant of Carmenere due to its prominent herbaceous notes.

Sensory Notes

This wine is ruby ​​red with violet lowlights, marked by the scent of fresh cut grass and it is spicy. The taste is dry yet harmonious, herbaceous with hints of berries and green pepper.

Pairings

Pairs well with cured meats, roasted or grilled red meats and aged cheeses.

12,5°
18/20 °C
Bordolese conica

Package of 6 bottles