Cantus Primus – Cabernet Sauvignon
A wine designed to be aged and ennobled over the years. An elegant, full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon, in which the flavors of black fruit are completed by the notes of maturation in oak barrels and buds, which adds the elegance of vanilla and dark chocolate flavors.
A possible special gift, also available in magnum (1.5L) and McKenzie (5L) versions in a wooden box.
77,00 lei – 638,00 lei
0.75L, 1.5L, 5L
Dealu Mare DOC – CMD
|Gold Medal||IWCB Vinarium|
|Bronze Medal||Decanter 2022|
The spirit of the wine
Cantus Primus is the signature of our winery and means bottled excellence. Each bottle in this range is designed to satisfy demanding tastes, which already have great wines in their taste memory. It is for those who believe that good things take time and see this as a pleasure and a challenge.
If you want to start a wine collection that you can enjoy many years from now, and you want a classic piece. A robust, elegant wine that develops over time, acquiring complexity and a velvety taste.
When you order Cantus Primus Cabernet Sauvignon you get more than black fruit flavors (blackberries, blueberries, currants). They are complemented by notes of tobacco, vanilla, dark chocolate and bitter wood.
As the name suggests, this was our first wine, launched in 2009. We started from the idea of creating a unique, sophisticated wine, with a complex structure, which would demonstrate the potential of the premium terroir from Dealu Mare.
A full-bodied and complex wine such as this Cabernet Sauvignon can accompany red meat or game dishes, especially steaks, t-bones or ribs. This wine nicely highlights a platter of hard, matured cheeses such as Parmigiano-Reggiano, Emmentaller or Cedar.
Vegetarians can enjoy it with tofu, tempeh or wild mushroom stews.
Cantus Primus – Cabernet Sauvignon is a Belle Epoque wine, suitable for a mental walk in Little Paris, to rediscover the forgotten charm of a world with principles, taboos and rituals. Between 1840 and 1894, at the “Ecole des Beaux Arts” in Paris, 29 Romanian architects graduated; they were the first generation of architects who started the process of transformation into the European capital of Bucharest, together with a group of French architects, and from here began the construction of Little Paris.
Photo: Masked ball, Emilian Lăzărescu