The organic and transparent wine brand Avaline, from co-founders Cameron Diaz and Katherine Power, has announced its first cabernet sauvignon.
Avaline Cabernet Sauvignon is medium to full-bodied with hints of red berries and cocoa, the company says. This vegan-friendly red wine is warm on the nose with notes of baking spices, black fruit and cola. The palate gives cherry fruits, chocolatey tannins and acidity. It’s made with 100% organic grapes and zero sugar
“When we talked to our community about what wines they wanted next, we heard that they’d love to see a bolder red from us,” says Power.
“This is for all the Cab lovers out there who have been seeking a delicious organic option.” “Cabernet has always been something we wanted to do,” says Cameron. “I’m so glad we made it just in time for the holiday season. So light a candle, pour a glass and get cozy!”
Following the successful launch of Chardonnay earlier this year, Avaline once again tapped Tagaris Winery as the vineyard partner. The family-owned Washington winery has 2,000 acres of vineyards, some as old as three decades.
“We are so proud to be partnering with Avaline to bring our organically farmed wine to a bigger audience. The organic movement is just beginning in the United States and this is such an exciting time,” says Winemaker Frank Roth. “As organic grape growing pioneers in Washington State we are thrilled that Avaline is raising the bar on organic Washington wine!”
The most requested varietal by Avaline’s consumers, Avaline Cabernet Sauvignon (14% ABV) is available for $30 on the brand’s website. It’s also available at retailers nationwide.