Musings on Wine and Spirits by Louis Marmon

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Washington Jewish Week, LA Times, Jewish Exponent, Capitol File Magazine and in other cities in the US and Canada

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Weather Conducive To Realizing California Wine-Making Dreams

February 15, 2006

Worthy Sophia's Cuvee

A look at some California Cabernet Sauvignons.

Although grown in almost all the world’s wine producing regions, Cabernet Sauvignon remains California’s best known varietal. The top California Cabs are deep red to purple in color and have intense flavors of currants, plums and other dark fruit, often with a touch of spice, licorice, mint or tobacco. Some cost hundreds of dollars per bottle and can be obtained only via a waiting list. Thankfully, many high-quality less expensive California Cabs are produced as well.

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