Top 10 Books on Cabernet Sauvignon
10. Ten Grapes to Know: The Ten and Done Wine Guide Flexibound by Catherine Fallis
Catherine Fallis has authored a book titled “Ten Grapes to Know: The Ten and Done Wine Guide.” Part of a series dubbed “Ten and Done Wine Guide,” this volume concentrates on ten widely available, understandable, and enjoyable grape types. Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the most frequently planted grape kinds in the world, and this book introduces the reader to the grape, its history, the places in which it is grown, the numerous styles of wine it creates, and food pairing recommendations. The book aims to introduce people to the world of wine and provide an easy-to-understand foundation from which to go out and discover its many pleasures. Catherine Fallis, the book’s author, has worked in the wine business for over two decades as a Master Sommelier, a wine writer, and a public speaker.
9. The World Atlas of Wine 8th Edition Hardcover by Jancis Robinson and Hugh Johnson
This book is a classic because of its wealth of information on wine and winemaking. From Bordeaux and Napa Valley to up-and-coming locations like Chile and Australia, this book covers you no matter what wine you want. The book covers all you need to know about wine, from its origins and production to the wide varieties and styles available. Wine-pairing guidelines and recommendations for the best vineyards and wineries in each area are also included. The latest information on emerging areas and seismic shifts in the wine business may be found in this thoroughly revised and expanded eighth edition. This book aims to provide readers with an accurate and up-to-date overview of the wine industry so that they may better enjoy the wide variety of wines made worldwide.
8. Claret & Cabs: The Story of Cabernet Sauvignon by Benjamin Lewin
The Cabernet Sauvignon grape variety, one of the most frequently farmed in the world, is the main topic of this book. The book explains how and why Cabernet Sauvignon expanded from its birthplace in Bordeaux, France, to the rest of the globe. Cabernet Sauvignon’s variations are discussed in detail in this book, from the traditional Bordeaux mix to the more modern, fruit-forward New World style. The author also discusses viticultural procedures and winemaking methods for creating premium Cabernet Sauvignon. The best vineyards and wineries that make Cabernet Sauvignon are also discussed, as are meal pairings to enjoy with each. The goal of this book is to assist readers in getting a deeper familiarity with and appreciation for Cabernet Sauvignon by providing a detailed reference to the world of this renowned wine.
7. Napa Valley (Guides to Wines and Top Vineyards) Paperback by Benjamin Lewin MW
This book covers the Napa Valley wine region in California and is part of the “Guides to Wines and Top Vineyards” series. One of the most widely planted grapes in Napa Valley is Cabernet Sauvignon, and the book discusses the history, production, and several kinds of wine made from this crop. The best wines and vineyards in Napa Valley, as well as travel advice and recommendations for culinary pairings, are all included in this book. The author analyzes the soil, climate, and other aspects that define Napa Valley wines. The book’s goal is to introduce readers to the wines of Napa Valley and to deepen their understanding of and appreciation for this world-famous wine area.
6. The Everything Wine Book: A Complete Guide to the World of Wine Paperback by David White
The book is a thorough reference to wine, particularly Cabernet Sauvignon and the world of wine. Each wine’s background, making process, and stylistic variations are detailed, and tasting and meal pairing advice are provided. In addition to describing each wine and the winery that made it, the book offers guidance on choosing, storing, and serving your vino. It also has information on how to host a wine-tasting party and where to go on vacation to experience the best wines. The author’s straightforward language ensures that wine aficionados of all experience levels will find something of interest here. The book aims to introduce readers to wine and give them the background they need to enjoy the most common varieties better.
5. The Loire (Guides to Wines and Top Vineyards) Paperback by Benjamin Lewin MW
Cabernet Franc is one of the grape kinds used to create red wines in the Loire, and the book delves into its history, production, and the numerous styles produced there. The best wineries and vineyards in the Loire area are highlighted in this book, along with travel advice and recommendations for what to eat with each wine. The author provides extensive background on the climate, geography, and other elements that shape the distinctive flavor of Loire Valley wines. The goal of this book is to serve as a thorough reference to the wines of the Loire and to encourage readers to learn more about and experience this wonderful wine region.
4. Justin Meyer and Silver Oak Cellars: Oral History Transcript: Focus on Cabernet Sauvignon by Carole Hicke and Justin Meyer
Known for their Cabernet Sauvignon, Silver Oak Cellars was founded by Justin Meyer, interviewed in this book. The winery’s origins, winemaking techniques, and exclusive concentration on Cabernet Sauvignon are all discussed in detail. Justin Meyer’s upbringing, his dream for the winery, and the obstacles he overcame are all covered in the book. This book aims to provide readers with insight into the process of developing premium Cabernet Sauvignon wines and an appreciation for the love, care, and effort that go into doing so.
3. Red Wine: The Comprehensive Guide to the 50 Essential Varieties & Styles Hardcover by Kevin Zraly, Mike DeSimone, and Jeff Jenssen
Cabernet Sauvignon is among the fifty important kinds and styles of red wine discussed in this book. Each wine’s background, making process, and stylistic variations are detailed, and tasting and meal pairing advice are provided. In addition to describing each wine and the winery that made it, the book offers guidance on choosing, storing, and serving your vino. Photographs of the wines and the places where they are made complement the book’s maps, which assist readers in locating wineries and vineyards all around the globe. The book aims to provide readers with a firm grounding in the world of red wine and to enhance their knowledge and appreciation of the most common varieties.
2. Cabernet Sauvignon: Discovering, Exploring, Enjoying Hardcover by Chris Losh
This book offers an in-depth look at Cabernet Sauvignon, from its origins through its varied incarnations in the wine world. There is much information on the vineyards and wineries that manufacture the wine. The book also has tasting notes and suggestions for complementing Cabernet Sauvignon with other foods. For added interest, the author sprinkles anecdotes and tales from his life. The book’s goal is to assist readers in getting a comprehensive knowledge of Cabernet Sauvignon so that they may better discover, explore, and appreciate this widely-appreciated wine.
1. Cabernet Sauvignon: Beginners Guide to Wine (101 Publishing: Wine Series) Kindle Edition by Sara J. Fasolino
The book is part of 101 Publishing’s Wine Series and was written by Sara J. Fasolino to educate wine novices about Cabernet Sauvignon. Learning to taste and combine Cabernet Sauvignon with food is the beginning of this book’s information. There are also recommendations on where to buy, how to store, and how to serve Cabernet Sauvignon, as well as background on the wine’s production areas and wineries. The book’s overarching goal is to familiarize readers with Cabernet Sauvignon wine and deepen their appreciation for this widely consumed variety.