Hardly recognisable as a Cabernet Sauvignon, but it's quite difficult to get a pure C.S. so I thought I'd give it a try. Quite hight tannin (as expected) but very little fruit. Tesco has some good wines nowadays, but sadly, this isn't one of them. If you're going to buy it, then drink it with food, because it's not really drinkable on its own.
Totally recommend this dry characterful redl red
Wonderfully rich, flavoursome, dry red and a steal at the promotion price of £5.50
Amazing value for money . A Bordeaux without the f
Amazing value for money . A Bordeaux without the fancy branding . Spent a lot of time in Dordogne and this is great value
In the words of Shaking Stevens, Lovely Stuff
This is a great little buy. Nothing on the nose but it tastes nice and fruity at the beginning with a lovely long bitter chocolate finish
Very drinkable. Smooth and full of bold berry and
Very drinkable. Smooth and full of bold berry and liquorice flavours. Not in the slightest bitter or tannic.
Wonderful flavoured wine. Found the taste very moo
Wonderful flavoured wine. Found the taste very moorish and the bottle must have had a leak, as it was empty very quickly!
Disappointing Cabernet Sauvignon.
Most disappointing. Looking at the reviews I was expecting much more.
Cracking French Red
Allow to come to room temperature and this French Cab & Sav punches well above its Weight
I didn't have huge expectation with this price tag but I had a surprise. Even though it has a screw cap, upon opening you notice a fruity welcoming note. Almost no tannins. Very smooth from beginning (without the standard airing of red French wines). It ca be enjoyed on it's own. Great with cheese, grilled aubergine and even salad.
Good wine for the price
For the price it is a pretty good wine. Not a top of the range bottle, but if you are looking for a table wine or something to watch a movie with then I recommend it.