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Best Cabernet Sauvignon's under $20

The King of the noble grapes is probably the most planted varietal in the world and one of the top grapes used in blended reds like Bordeaux and Super Tuscans. When combined with oak you get some signature aromas like pepper and smoke (cigar/tobacco). A big bold wine with flavours of black cherry and dark fruit.

Food pairings - Big beef dishes like steak and roast beef for a big wine

Theses Cabs are not in any particular order and the list will be updated frequently

2008 Red Knot Cabernet Sauvignon - McLaren Vale, Australia

Although there is 10% Shiraz in this Cabernet Sauvignon it is still an excellent value and it's aromas of cherry and tobacco and flavours of dark fruit are typical of a good Australian Cabernet Sauvignon.
A good value at under $18 (LCBO - 91702)









2010 ring-bolt Cabernet Sauvignon - Margaret River, Australia

Big and bold Aussie Cabernet with lots of oak (American and French). A full bodied red with a long fruit finish. This wine can be aged for at least 5 to 10 years. According to Ring Bolt this wine can be stored to 2022 and still be enjoyed.
Price - under $20 (LCBO Vintages - 606624)






2010 Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon - North Coast, California

100% Cabernet Sauvignon, extended grape maceration, aged in American oak and then another 16 months in French oak. Sounds like a recipe for a perfect Cabernet Sauvignon and Josh Cellars came pretty close. Lots of dark fruit here like blackberry and with an 14% ABV this medium to full bodied wine is not to overpowering.
This wine is only available in the USA






2010 Angus The Bull Cabernet Sauvignon - South Australia

A fully bodied red with grapes sourced from famous appellations like Goulburn Valley, Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Central Victoria and Heathcote. This dark red Cabernet has aromas of ripe black cherry and vanilla. The flavour is rich with cherry, dark chocolate and some black licorice. It has a long smooth dark fruit finish with well rounded tannins. Great with a wide variety beef dishes like stew or a Sunday pot roast.
Price - under $20 (LCBO Vintages  - 602615)

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