Cabernet Sauvignon can be considered one of the most common and popular red wine grape varietals in the world. The grape itself is a crossing of Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Franc and is native to the Bordeaux region of north west France.
“I am not looking for premium wines. I am not looking to make the wines more expensive. I look to make wines that the people are able to accept and like and want to drink.”– Winemaker Louis-Antoine Luyt, as interviewed by Christopher Barnes.