This one comes from our Secretary Paul C.
I ordered a pail of Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon from the brew club in Illinois and think this article is quite timely, even though it is from Spring 2000!
Author: Tom Rinaldi Issue: Spring 2000
Most winegrowers and connoisseurs consider Cabernet Sauvignon the king of the red wines. Genetically, its parents are Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Franc. The exact birth of Cabernet Sauvignon is lost in legend, but its popularity with Americans dates back to a time when Thomas Jefferson was sipping and praising Chateau Margaux.