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Is cabernet vegan?

Cabernet is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cabernet?

Cabernet is a type of grape variety that is predominantly used in winemaking. It is renowned for its deep red color and robust flavor profile that features intense notes of black currant, cedar, and tobacco. Cabernet is widely cultivated in various regions around the world, including Bordeaux, Napa Valley, and Australia's Coonawarra region. Cabernet is used not only for making wine, but also as an ingredient in some dishes, such as steak with Cabernet sauce. Its rich and complex flavor makes it a popular ingredient for gourmet cooking. Cabernet's distinctive taste and aroma make it a must-try for wine enthusiasts and food lovers alike.

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