[Answer] What type of climate does Cabernet Sauvignon grow best in?

Answer: Warm
What type of climate does Cabernet Sauvignon grow best in?

The Bordeaux wine regionis intimately connected with Cabernet Sauvignon even though wine is rarely made without the blended component of other grape varieties. It is the likely place of origin of the vine and producers across the globe have invested heavily in trying to reproduce the structure and complexity of Bordeaux wines. While the “Bordeaux blend” of Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet Franc and Merlot created the earliest examples of acclaimed Cabernet Sauvignon win…

In viticulture the climates of wine regions are categorised based on the overall characteristics of the area’s climate during the growing season. While variations in macroclimate are acknowledged the climates of most wine regions are categorised (somewhat loosely based on the Köppen climate classification) as being part of a Mediterranean (for example Tuscany) … …

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