Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon
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Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon has dark fruits, cinnamon, clove and toasty oak flavors. The wine is juicy on the palate with blackcurrant and blackberry flavors prominent, accented by roasted almonds, vanilla and hazelnuts, finishing long with fine, firm tannins. The complex flavor of Josh Cabernet complements just about any well-seasoned meat such as beef, pork, or lamb, followed by an indulgent dessert or espresso.View all products by Josh Cellars
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Drizly Expert Notes
There aren't many household names in wine that bring the kind of quality found in a bottle of Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon. That's because not many of those wines count world-class expertise as one of their building blocks. In 2005, internationally renowned sommelier Joseph Carr set out to make wine from California with the idea of making top quality products for anyone's budget, and that is what he did. Since 2007, Josh Cellars has been taking advantage of the rich, succulent, bold flavors created by the Californian sun and their Cabernet Sauvignon is no exception.
The grapes of this elegant red wine are harvested from across regions of California, including Mendocino, Napa and Sonoma. The result is aromas of deep black and red fruits such as cherries and blackberries, along with notes of cinnamon, espresso and vanilla from its oak aging. It has a drawn out finish of toasted oak and mellow tannins making this wine an excellent choice for food pairings. Dishes best served with this include spiced pork, espresso rubbed tenderloins, grilled vegetables or even charcuterie.
About the Brand
Napa Valley Vintner, Joseph Carr, founded Josh Cellars in honor of his dad, Josh, in 2007 with the release of two classic California wines, a Cabernet Sauvignon and a Chardonnay. Wines that are bold and expressive, but unassuming and approachable, they are a perfect tribute to the man whose friends just called him Josh.