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Cabernet Sauvignon Wine Making Kit

Cabernet Sauvignon is a natural cross between Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc that first appeared in Bordeaux in the mid-1600’s.

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Cabernet Sauvignonn is known for being the most planted red grapevine in the world as It spread from France across Europe and onto the new world. This was true until recently when in 1990 it was surpassed by the Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon grapes which are hardy and have thick skins, they are relatively easy to grow and seem resistant to rot and insects. They have been considered to be a coloniser taking over wine regions at the expense of the native grape varieties.

Cabernet Sauvignon ages well. It is full-bodied with noticeable acidity and high tannins. Its taste does vary depending on the region and climate of where the grapes were grown and harvested. Cabernet Sauvignon is a very assertive wine and can overwhelm delicate flavours if the wine has not had time to mature. 
Once matured Cabernet Sauvignon does compliment most foods.

Cabernet Sauvignon wine kit is a great way to make your red wine at home. 

If you are a beginner, you will need some essential brewing equipment to get started, such as the Brew Mart wine starter kit,

Here are a few things to consider when choosing a Cabernet Sauvignon winemaking kit:

  • SKILL LEVEL: If you're a beginner, choose a kit with step-by-step instructions and maybe a smaller size. More experienced winemakers can choose kits that allow them to add their personal touch.
  • QUANTITY: Kits typically make 6 or 30 bottles of wine. Consider how much wine you want to create and choose a kit accordingly.
  • PRICE: Winemaking kits cost between £10 and £80 or more. Before you start shopping, be sure to set a budget.
  • GRAPE SOURCE: Some kits use grape juice concentrate from various regions, while others use juice from specific vineyards. If you prefer, choose a kit that uses grapes from the area you like.

Once you've chosen the best cabernet sauvignon wine kit for you, you'll need to gather some additional supplies, such as a trail jar, which works perfectly with the hydrometer, and an electric heat pad, which gives you peace of mind that your wine will stay at the correct temperature during fermentation; and bottles for storing your finished wine.

The winemaking process itself is relatively simple. Follow the instructions in your kit, and you'll enjoy the best homemade Cabernet Sauvignon in a few weeks or months, depending on how long you allow your wine to mature.

Brew Mart has some famous Cabernet Sauvignon wine-making kits suitable for six or thirty bottles. Some require brewing/fermenting sugar, and others do not.

No matter your skill level or budget, there's a Cabernet Sauvignon winemaking kit out there that's perfect for you. So why not give it a try? You may be surprised at how easy and rewarding winemaking is.