Cabalie Wine

What type of Wine is Cabalie?

Cabalie is a grenache blend red wine. It is rich, velvety and spiced giving it a really full mouth feel. It is made from old vines, giving it strong, berry fruit forward taste. Some have even likened it to fortified wine.

Is Cabalie a red wine?

Though arguably the most popular Cabalie wine is red, you can also find white, rose and even a sparkling wine varietal.

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About the Cabalie Wine Range

by master of Wine Chris Burr

Right down in the South West of France, inland from Perpignon on the Mediterranean and near the Spanish border, are some of the oldest vineyards in the world, ordinally planted by the Romans over two thousand years ago. Not only that, but there is also a wonderful selection of grape varieties particularly suited to this warm climate, making big juicy red wines, light fresh roses and complex juicy whites.

Laithwaites have one of the most successful ranges from a talented, award winning winemaker, Herve Sabardeil, who is able to source wonderful fruit from the area based in the Maury region foothills where they have traditionally made sweet Port like wines and the Grenache grape dominates.

Cabalie has a range of three dry, juicy, but concentrated reds. The Cabalie 2020 is velvety, soft, fruity Grenache dominant, but given added structure and complexity by the addition of the dark skinned Carignan grape and Syrah in the blend. The result is a harmonious velvety juicy dark berry fruit wine, with a slightly wild herb, spicy, mid palate complexity. It is excellent value for money, lovely on its own and works with all those Southern French dishes such as ratatouille, grilled meats, and an ideal barbecue wine.

More serious is the Vielles Vignes (old vines) Cabalie red 2020. Where the fruit and intensity of flavours is that much more intense and spicy. This wine is richer and in my view well worth the extra few pounds a bottle at £11.99. 2020 was, by the way, an exceptional vintage with a hot late ripening summer, but with the fruit able to retain the bright fresh acidity for a great wine.

Then Monsieur Sabardiel's top wine, Cabalie "Coup de Coeur" again from old vines of 60-100 years old , a blend of several different local grapes, but aged in oak barrels which gives the wine extra softness, complexity, a hint of vanillin from the oak, an altogether very classy wine.

They also have a lovely fresh southern French Rose in the range, made from the free run juice when making the reds, so the lovely fresh bright juicy purity of cherry and berry fruit. By taking off some of the early juice for rose when making the wine, this also brings further richness and intensity to the reds.

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