Sarriette is the French word for savory, and it perfectly describes this mouthwatering and tasty red. A textbook Cabernet Franc, it displays dried herb-inflected flavors of red currant, balanced by a vein of acidity and appetizing tannins. This is a wine that would make a harmonious partner for dishes heavy on the umami, like an herb-marinated steak.
Recipe PairingsSouthern-Style Collard Greens
Pays D'Oc, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Marinated Red Meats
Leg Of Lamb
Historians believe the first winemakers were in the region that's today known as the Republic of Georgia, in about 5000 BC. The first beer brewers, however, probably came along in Mesopotamia, a few thousand years earlier.