Columbia University in the City of New York

Cabernet Sauvignon

Gastronomy: We recommend the dishes with red meat on the grill and roast. Temperature Serving :15-17 C 3 clusters AIS – Association of Italian Sommeliers, 87 points Wine Spectator Price – 194.80 USD. (Not to be confused with NBA!). 5. Columbia Crest Shiraz Two Vines / Columbia Crest Shiraz Two Vines Type: Still Wine Color: Red Country: USA Producer: Chateau Ste Michelle Year: 2004 Location: Washington, Dry red wine varieties Grapes: 92% shiraz, 5% Viognier, 3% merlot. Features of vinification and aging: 14 months in oak barrels. Tasting notes: Full-fruity wine with the aroma of black cherry, white pepper and strawberry. Ripe bright flavor. Gastronomic advice: Excellent with grilled dishes, as well as red meat in wine sauce.

Serving temperature: 16-18 C 2001 – 90 points according to Wine spectator and The best value in the world 2002 – 88 points by Wine spectator version Price – 132.14 USD. 6. Torres Gran Coronas DO Catalonia / Torres Gran Coronas Country: Spain Producer: Torres (Spain) Color: Red Type: Still wine Grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo Features vinification and aging: Exposure 12 months in barrels of American and French oak to Face the crossroads of the worlds wine: wine harmoniously combines the completeness and the generosity of the Spanish variety Tempranillo and international power and tannin varieties of Cabernet Sauvignon. Gran Coronas – truly a "Big Crown" line of noble wines of Torres. Gastro recommendation: grilled steak, roast beef, lamb, duck, game, aged cheeses Tasting notes: Deep ruby color, intense, seductive bouquet of dark fruit aromas, clearly perceptible in the background aromas of smoke and leather, full-bodied wine with a velvety structure and balanced flavor.

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