Beef Stroganoff and 2012 Reyes Cabernet Sauvignon

Recently, I purchased a pasta machine. It makes pasta in 5 minutes, then you just need to boil water that really takes longer than making the pasta itself.  This week, I decided to make pasta from scratch. Flour, water and an egg are the ingredients in this simple recipe. Yes, you can buy pasta and it will taste good, but making your own from scratch is the best. The one thing that is frustrating that cleaning up takes too long.  Yes, all the parts can go into the dishwasher, which is wonderful, but the cleaning process is very…

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Is there a difference between Cabernet and Cabernet Sauvignon?

  Is there a difference between Cabernet and Cabernet Sauvignon?

by Beth Heiserman

Sometimes Cabernet Sauvignon is referred to as just Cab, Cabernet, Cab Sauv and many other names. It is the same thing. There is no official grape called Cabernet. It is just a nick name like you might hear someone say Zin instead of Zinfandel.

There are grapes called Cabernet Franc, Ruby Cabernet, Cabernet Gris and a few more that aren’t cultivated anymore. Cabernet Sauvignon is a hybrid from Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc which are…

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2009 Cabernet Sauvignon

2009 Cabernet

2009 Reyes Winery Signature Estate Bottled Cabernet Sauvignon, Sierra Pelona Valley Appellation

This gold medal winner and “Best of Class” winner 2009  Cabernet Sauvignon boast extraordinary character with depth and poise. Influenced by the sophistication and character of Bordeaux’s wines, Reyes Winery Signature Cabernet Sauvignon showcases how conscientious attention to detail in vineyard management in our  Sierra Pelona Valley Appellation’s unique micro-climate results in hearty grapes with deep color and intense flavors.

Price: $26.00


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