The taste of Cabernet Sauvignon is truly impressive, with its full-bodied flavour, high tannins, and noticeable acidity contributing to its aging potential. Its blackcurrant notes with hints of green bell pepper, mint, and cedar are a true delight to the senses and become more pronounced as it matures. In moderate climates, the blackcurrant notes are often accompanied by black cherry and black olive flavours that are simply divine. However, in very hot climates, the currant flavours can become over-ripe and "jammy." For a truly unique experience, try Cabernet Sauvignon wines from Australia's Coonawarra region, known for their distinct eucalyptus or menthol notes.