Sula Cabernet Shiraz is India’s highest-selling wine. It is a smooth, medium-bodied red wine accentuated by ripe cherry and plum notes, black pepper aromas and soft, silky tannin. A food-friendly wine, also great to drink on its own. Serve when slightly chilled. India’s best selling red wine.
A super food-friendly wine. This red wine has been made with the most ultimate respect for the environment, following strict sustainable practices.
Taste of SULA SHIRAZ CABERNET
Smooth and medium-bodied, each sip is accentuated by notes of ripe cherry and luscious plum, with pepper and mocha notes, aromas of spice, rounded off with soft, silky tannins. Best with slightly chilled, this wine pairs excellently with most Indian dishes, as well as sharp cheeses.Recent Posts:
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Is Sula wine good for health?
Drink to your Health! Red wine contains Reservatrol – a substance found to have various health benefits and is packed with anti-oxidants! Studies have shown that consuming moderate levels of red wine helps to reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer, and improves cognitive function.
Is Sula Shiraz sweet?
Wonderful balance between acidity and sweetness, this sparkling wine is light and refreshing, fruity and aromatic, for a satisfying day. This sparkling rosé wine has been made with the most ultimate respect for the environment, following strict sustainable practices.
Which red wine is good for skin?
Also, the results of the facial depend on the quality of the wine used, as different types of red wine, have different types and levels of antioxidants. For example, Pinot Noirs have the highest levels of resveratrol. Meanwhile, Shiraz, Cabernets and Merlots are rich in the antioxidant procyanidin.
Should I mix water with wine?
There’s nothing wrong with drinking water alongside your glass of wine. But mixing them means that you’re diluting the wine’s quality. You’re no longer drinking the wine as the maker intended you to.