Great Cabs Under $30

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Can you recommend a great Cabernet Sauvignon under $30?  

Might be the question I get asked the most.

Because let’s face it, the mighty King Cab can get pretty darn expensive.

Thankfully, there are plenty of fabulous, undervalued cabernets out there.  And while you may have to venture around the world a bit — because Cabernet Sauvignon really is grown all over the place  — you will be not disappointed.

So I went to see my dear friends at Gary’s Wine & Marketplace in Wayne, NJ.

They picked four wines for us: two just under $30 and two closer to $15!  (And with all due respect, no cartoons on the labels.) All four were fabulous and you’re not going to miss a mortgage payment.

What could be better? So listen below.

These are the wines we tasted.

2013 Felino Cabernet Sauvignon, $15.99

  • From Mendoza, Argentina
  • 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
  • The result of a winemaking partnership with Paul Hobbs

2012 Poggio Il Castellare Sant Antimo Cervio Cabernet Sauvignon, $29.99

  • From Montalcino, Tuscany
  • 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
  • This one was asking for food.  Pair it with grilled steak or lamb with herbs

(And you can’t talk about Italy without mentioning those banging brunellos so be sure to click here for more on them!)

 2014 Baus Family Cabernet Sauvignon$14.99

  • From Sonoma County, California
  • 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Great tannins on this one

2012 Go Figure Rutherford Cabernet Sauvignon, $27.99

  • From Napa Valley, California
  • Sourced 100% from prime vineyards in Rutherford
  • A blended wine with Cabernet has the main grape

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Oh and don’t forget, Cabernet Sauvignon is the happy result of Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc maybe drinking a little too much wine.:) Ha!

And let me know which wine you liked!

Cent’Anni.