Movie & Wine Pairing


Drawbridge Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Giant (1956)

Rich and earthy, this Cabernet strikes the same notes as the classic melodrama. James Dean’s last film, it also stars Elizabeth Taylor and Rock Hudson. The movie tells the story of a Texas ranching family as it struggles to adapt to changing times. This robust Cabernet and its ripe flavors pairs perfectly with this full-force drama brimming with both romance and conflict.


California’s world-class Cabs can compete with the best from Bordeaux and beyond, but they often cost a pretty penny – especially now. 2018 is yet another exceptional vintage, and demand for these top-notch wines is higher than ever. But thanks to the great connections our California expert has, we were able to secure this rich Cabernet Sauvignon at a friendly price. From a leading grape-growing family and prime-sited vineyards across the Golden State, it boasts a history of gold-medal acclaim and brims with ripe, black-fruit flavor and chocolatey oak notes.


Cabernet is the king of the reds, loved for its deepcolored, black currant-rich wines. Most famously, it’s the variety that powers Bordeaux’s legendary first growths, like Château Lafite and Château Margaux. However, you’ll also find plenty of world-class examples in California. The best known (and expensive) reds come from the Napa Valley and Sonoma, but there are many hot spots across the Golden State that deliver big bang for your buck.


GI_grapes_Spain_CabernetIt’s a great time to be a fan of California wine, as the 2018 vintage continues the string of stellar harvests started back in 2012. According to Wine Spectator, “cooler temperatures and moderate weather lead to a long growing season, allowing grapes to ripen smoothly” in Northern California. What does this mean about the wine in your glass? You’ll enjoy concentrated, fresh flavors.


burg_onionlettucecloseupWith its firm tannins and dark berry flavors, Cabernet’s a classic partner for beef, from prime cuts of steak to juicy burgers. With its rich, ripe fruit character, this top-vintage red pairs well with a variety of burger ‘fixins,’ from bacon and barbecue sauce to creamy blue cheese and caramelized onion. If meat’s not on the menu, it’ll do just as well with hearty, tomato-sauced pastas.

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