The Kamari Black Label Reserve Cabernet Franc is dominated by chocolate and sweet berries. We recommend paring it wit...Read more...
the violet and black fruits and spicy. tried with ribeye, but added asparagas and lemons and chantrelles with goat cheese as a side as suggested b... Read more
The mysterious and sensual lover that is Cabernet Franc will take you for a tantric ride through the depth of your evening, leaving you wildly refr... Read more
Food Pairings for Kamari Black Label Cabernet Franc
the violet and black fruits and spicy. tried with ribeye, but added asparagas and lemons and chantrelles with goat cheese as a side as suggested by the winemaker. the lemon flavor was really enhanced by this wine!
The mysterious and sensual lover that is Cabernet Franc will take you for a tantric ride through the depth of your evening, leaving you wildly refreshed and craving more. This Cabernet Franc was sourced from the highest quality Washington grown grapes from the Willard Vineyard near Prosser and aged 20 months in American and French oak. This process has imparted flavors of clove, tobacco, and sweet vanilla bean. The Kamari Black Label represents wines made from sustainably grown grapes. Each wine is carefully crafted, aged and blended with the utmost attention paid to quality and style. A Portobello, roasted red pepper, and goat cheese entrée with lemon asparagus will be naturally complimented by this spicy Cabernet Franc.
The Kamari Black Label Reserve Cabernet Franc is dominated by chocolate and sweet berries. We recommend paring it with a grilled Portobello topped with goat cheese sprinkled with garden chives and roasted red peppers alongside tender lemon asparagus. Cabernet Franc is one of the major grapes grown in the Bordeaux region of France that is showing superior promise in the vineyards of Washington. Most often it is blended with other varietals, but we choose to feature the grape on our reserve label for its stunning ability to exhibit both floral aromas and a solid structured mouth-feel. We hope you find this wine a satisfying match for your preferred evening meal.
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