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Primary Notes: Currant, Black Cherry Strawberry Cinnamon
Secondary Notes: Oaky
Tannin: Medium +
Origin & Awards
Origin: Monterey County, USA
Maker: Coppola Winery
Grape: Cabernet Sauvignon Blend
Fermentation: Slight Wood
Serving Temperature: Best enjoyed between 16 and 18 degrees
Asian Food Pairing:
Western Food Pairing: Short ribs, portobello mushrooms, BBQ Chicken, mushroom pizza
Coppola Diamond Collection Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
BBQ PARTAYYY in a bottle! Dramatic style, vibrant packaging and fruit-forward, smooth wines are the signatures of Francis Ford Coppola Diamond Collection. The Diamond Collection Cabernet Sauvignon is highly concentrated with supple tannins and a pretty sophisticated character and a long finish. Aromas of blackberries, red cherries and spice with flavors of strawberry, currants, vanilla, toasted oak and even a tinge of chocolate. It is a wine that pairs well with heavy food due to the vibrant fruit and balanced acidity.
Coppola Diamond collection Cabernet Sauvignon is 78% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Petit Verdot, 7% Segalin
Think Pizza, Burgers, Chicken, BBQ meats! It derives its complexity by blending fruit from contrasting soil compositions and climates. Fruit from appellations as far north as El Dorado and as far south as Paso Robles where some of the vineyards experience diurnal temperature extremes. This slows the ripening process and enhances succulent flavors of fruit.
The beauty of Diamond Cabernet Sauvignon is that it offers a great deal of dimension while still having supple enough tannins for immediate drinkability. Diamond Collection wines are made from grapes grown across California and Oregon, and are carefully combined to create wines perfect for all occasions – including those special just because ones.
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AWARDS & ACCOLADES
- 89 PTS
- 87 PTS
This full-bodied wine is mostly soft in texture and light in tannins, allowing the ample baking-spice, strawberry and brown-sugar flavors to coat the palate."