Cabernet Franc


Cabernet Franc grapes ripen earlier than and prefer a slightly cooler climate than its parent grape Cabernet Sauvignon. It is one of the major varietals of the French Bordeaux region, where it has existed since the end of the 18th century. This versatile grape is a main component of the Bordeaux blends, and flourishes in the Loire Valley. It is often blended with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, and has successfully been made into ice wine by Canadian winemakers.


Translations: カヴェルネフラン, كابيرنيت الفرنك, 카베르네 프랑, קברנה פרנק, Цабернет Франц, Cabernet फ्रैंक, Каберне Фран, 品丽珠, Каберне Фран, Каберне Фран



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