cabernet cabernet  /ˌkæ bər ˈneɪ/


  • (n) superior Bordeaux type of red wine


  1. The one I had was aged in a cabernet cask.
  2. A few minutes after I swiped my card, an attendant brought my fruit-and-cheese box and a glass of cabernet to my seat.
  3. Though, admittedly, they didn't seem to know about any other shorts, and I might have told MacLachlan I'd buy the $65 bottle of cabernet sauvignon he makes.


  • Sonoma Winery Starlite Vineyards Releases 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon

    Lush tannins, layers of silky depth make 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon one of the most anticipated vintages in winery’s history. (PRWeb June 18, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 18, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. "He's gotten better and better, kind of like a good cheese," Williams said. "Or a Cabernet. But since I've gotten out of rehab, I'll go with cheese."
    on Oct 11, 2007 By: Robin Williams Source: Forbes

  2. Sting's estate manager Paolo Rossi said the vintage is "rock music wine" with "a bit of swing and a bit of international pop thanks to the addition of Cabernet and Merlot grapes".
    on Mar 12, 2009 By: Paolo Rossi Source: AHN

  3. Parker, who recently signed up to star in a film version of the series, said, "I don't drink much of anything, I'm the designated driver. I like a good Cabernet, but I never drink a hard cocktail. I've had many Cosmopolitans sent across when I'm in...
    on Aug 7, 2007 By: Sarah Jessica Parker Source: Times of India

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