Cassis Wine Reviews
These are my most recent Cassis reviews. I drank each of these Cassis wines and this is what I think about them. My opinions about each wine are my own.
Wine reviews by: Jessyca Frederick |
2017 Dani Gold Cabernet Sauvignon
Easy-drinking, well-made California Cabernet Sauvignon featuring cherry, cassis, and soft tannins. Quite enjoyable.
Tasting notes: cherry, cassis, smooth tannin
2018 Courtney Benham Cabernet Sauvignon
It had all the hallmarks of a classic Napa Cab — blackberry, cassis, and pretty smooth tannins for a young wine. And it retails for $20!
Tasting notes: blackberry, cassis, smooth tannin
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