SYLTBAR Cabernet Franc 2017 - Cashmere

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The SYLTBAR Cabernet Franc made from 100% Carmenère Grape is an intense full bodied red wine, harmonious with round tannins.

As luxurious as cashmere feels on our skin, is how our Cabernet Franc tastes. So soft, you don’t want to miss even one little drop of this luxurious red wine, that’s rare to find. Created from 100% Carmènre Grape from Friuli this variety is is near impossible to find due to this variety’s challenging growth and production. Serve at 68-71.6 °F. This item is available exclusively on

  • 100% Naturally produced Cabernet Franc from Friuli, Italy
  • 115 calories per 6 oz glass (Avg. calorie count by glucose level.)
  • 100% Carmenère Grape
  • Full-bodied, intense, harmonious, with round tannins and shows a well merged freshness with gentle spicy notes.
  • Very characteristic, pleasant and intense aromas, with a light finish of cinnamon and red berry
  • Well-balanced range of fruity, vegetal and spice sensations

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  • 13% Alcohol Content by vol.
  • 750ml (23oz) per bottle
  • Up to 16 months fermentation
  • Long and persistent aftertaste
  • Food pairing cold meat, roasted red meat, wild, cheese, beef burger, meatballs


Serving Size:
6 oz
Calories per Serving:
115 per 6 oz glass avg. calorie count/glucose level
Alcohol Content:
13% by vol
0.07g per 6 oz glass

3 Reviews

  • 4
    light and tangy

    Posted by John Wilson, Irish Times on 27th Mar 2020

    Light and tangy blackberry fruits that call out for charcuterie or light meat dishes

  • 5
    It is lush, yet smooth... absolutely delightful

    Posted by Unknown on 11th Feb 2019

    The SYLTBAR Cashmere - Cabernet Franc might easily become one of my husband's and my favorite red wines. It is lush, yet smooth, a bit lighter than a Cabernet Sauvignon, absolutely delightful. We look forward to enjoying more in the future!

  • 5
    Great tasting!

    Posted by David P. on 18th Nov 2018

    It had to try this a second time. You have to open up the wine and decant it first before drinking. It tastes so much better than some of the cabernet frnacs we pay double or triple for. Paired with a great steak, you cannot go wrong.