BY: FRANTZ ROCHER
"Sip, Sip -- Gulp!"
Now a little history. Cabernet Sauvignon, which enjoys worldwide popularity, has a long storied and mythical history. Linguistically, 'Sauvignon' allegedly grew out of the french word 'sauvage' (wild, in English) referring to the Vitis Vinifera vine in France. In 1996, University research finally cut a hard line through years of passed-down storytelling to reveal that Cabernet as we know it derived from 17th century France, lineage of Cabernet and Sauvignon strains. Now that you've nodded passively and agreeably --
Toast to this special day & pour a Cabernet of your choice as you watch Shatner's enlightening interview with Food & Wine editor Ray Isle... cheers!
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