Cabernet


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Cabernet

 

varieties of French wine grapes. In the USSR the varieties Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc are grown in the Krasnodarsk and Stavropol krais of the RSFSR, in the Crimea and other regions of the Ukrainian SSR, in the Moldavian SSR, and in the Georgian SSR. They are used for producing high-quality dry red wines, fortified wines, and dessert wines. These grapes are also used in the production of champagne.

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