cab·er·net sau·vi·gnon noun, often capitalized C&S \ˌka-bər-ˈnā-sō-vē-ˈnyōⁿ\
: a dry red wine made from a single widely cultivated variety of black grape —called also cabernet
Origin of CABERNET SAUVIGNON
First Known Use: 1886
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