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2013 Hermann J. Wiemer, Cabernet Franc, New York

Press and Tasting Notes

Ideally suited to cool climate growing, Cabernet Franc is quickly gaining a reputation as a principal red wine grape in the Finger Lakes where long, brisk autumns allow for slow ripening. An alluring black cherry color and a compelling nose precede a palate that is generous and round, marked by vivacious berry flavors, along with savory earth notes ... Read More »

A Merchant's Pick

We've often said that Cabernet Franc is the little black dress or navy blazer you can't live without. In the modern world of farm-to-table dining - at least here on the east coast - "eating local" is more than just a fad.
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Varietal

Cabernet Franc, a black-skinned grape, is grown throughout the world with France being the largest grower. It has medium fruit and body with elevated tannins and acids and is usually moderate in alcohol. In Bordeaux, Cabernet Franc is typically blended with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot - most famously on the right bank. In France’s Loire ... Read More »