Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon (750 ml)
About this item
- ABV: 14.1%
- A rich blend of 91% cabernet sauvignon and 9% merlot
- Pairs well with cheddar cheese and smoked meats
- Notes of black currant, plum, spicy berries and smoky maple
- Sourced from wine growing regions in California
Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon (750 ml) is created to offer a high-quality wine for an reasonable price. Josh Cellars Cabernet is made from hand-picked grapes processed at the peak of flavor development. The grapes are then crushed and cold soaked for a full day. Processes are followed to ensure the highest level of flavor extraction, including an extended maceration technique.
The Start of a Family Tradition
Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon was created by Joseph Carr and named after his father of the same name who went by the name of Josh. This wine was the first of many by the family-owned wine company after the owner spent over two decades as a sommelier and then an executive in the wine industry. Josh Cellars were launched in 2007 and has consistently sought to represent the best of California in each and every bottle of wine they sell.
What Does Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon Taste Like?
When you take a taste of the Josh Cellars Cabernet, you'll notice fruits like blackberry as well as some spice notes of vanilla and cinnamon. There are also accents of toasted oak and hazelnut which all meld together to create Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon. The grapes used in this elegant blend all come from high-quality growing regions in California such as Sonoma, Mendocino and Lake Counties.
What Should One Pair With Josh Cellars Sauvignon?
You're likely to find that Josh Cellars Cabernet pairs well with all sorts of smoked, well-seasoned meats. It will complement lamb, pork or beef and its seasonings to create a perfect dinner wine to share at parties or other gatherings. In addition to meaty dishes, the Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon also pairs well with many desserts, especially those containing chocolate like cake, cookies and brownies.