Cabernet (noun)

  1. A type of red wine made from the cabernet sauvignon grape.
  2. A dry, full-bodied red wine known for its dark color, tannins and flavors of blackcurrant, black cherry, and sometimes with a hint of mint or eucalyptus.


From the variety of grape cabernet sauvignon.


  1. He ordered a bottle of cabernet to go with his steak.
  2. The cabernet was aged in oak barrels for two years.
  3. Cabernet is one of the most widely planted and recognizable grapes in the world.
  4. Cabernet sauvignon is often blended with other red grapes to create a more complex wine.
  5. The cabernet was a perfect match for the hearty meat dish.
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