Grape Expectations: Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec
Wednesday, June 26, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)
Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon go back a long way. There's still a bit of it planted in France, but about the best it can do these days is end up 1-2% in the blend of a more famous well-known Chateau Bordeaux. Today, the relationship is more like siblings, and Cabernet is seemingly the staid, older one while Malbec has gone on to new heights of success as Argentina's signature grape.
In this class, we'll taste a world range of Malbec and Cab so we can taste how they are the same across the planet, but also how they are different. Get ready to go deep into red Bordeaux origins.
Bread, cheese, olives, meats, antipasto served with class.
WINE MENU (tentative)
Henri Bourgeois "La Petite Perriere" | Loire Valley SB, light and easy
90+ Cellars "Old Vine" Malbec | You're only as old as you feel...
Catena Malbec | Leader in Argentina wine styles
Susana Balbo Malbec | Re-inventing red wine from the southern hemisphere
Chateau Fonbadet | Red Bordeaux, mainly Cab with a little Merlot blended in
Viu Manent "Gran Reserva" Cabernet Sauvignon | Chile makes some of the world's best Cab values
Hess Mt. Veeder Cabernet Sauvignon | Why California Cabernet Sauvignon exists
Teacher: Jonathon Alsop
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