Cabernet Sauvignon
Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon


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Get ready for the crowning jewel of your Vineyard! And if you don’t have a vineyard just yet, the Cabernet Sauvignon Grape Vine (Vitis ‘Cabernet Sauvignon’) will spur you into starting one! This classic wine grape is a deep blue with a frosted bloom over the round, tightly packed gems.
The sprays of white flowers attract loads of pollinators and hungry bees in the summer, then transform into large bunches of blue fruit by September or October. Backed by lush green foliage that is also edible and great for Mediterranean recipes! The strong woody vines need support but readily climb anything with a bit of help.
These Grapes create the well-known beverage that is this Grapes namesake. It is a perfect balance of acid and aromatic notes, and is full of Blueberry and Raspberry flavors! Hardy throughout USDA growing zones 6 through 10 and tolerates heat and humidity like a champ!
Planting and Application:Cabernet Sauvignon Grape Vines are fantastic fruiting Vines to grow on arbors and trellis, fencing and any structure with support. Even a chainlink fence will do well for these Grape Vines when you don’t have a formal grape trellis. The lush foliage adds shade over garden benches and outdoor dining areas under a Grapevine pergola becomes a romantic nook! Train up supports or a lattice to shade a balcony while keeping the roots in a large planter and gain lovely fruitful privacy without sacrificing space!
Grapes pull double duty in the garden by providing screening and privacy along with the delicious fruit! Use as a garden specimen or grow as the backdrop to your herb, vegetable or kitchen garden where all can benefit from the pollinators that get drawn in! Birds also love Grapes, so plant multiple Vines for them while increasing the pollination of all Grapes in your area. Use bird netting to keep a majority of the fruit for your fermented beverages!
Dark Blue Clusters of Wine Grapes
High-Quality Fruit Makes a Full-Bodied Red Wine
Self-Fertile & Grown on Own Root
Blooms Support Pollinators & Fruit Feeds Wildlife
Shade, Wine & Edible Landscaping Vines
#ProPlantTips for Care:Cabernet Sauvignon Grapes grow best in full sun and when provided plenty of regular moisture to get it established and it will reward you with years of delicious fruit. These plants appreciate deep, somewhat acidic, well-drained soil, but can tolerate a wide range of soil types. Top off with a 3-4 inch thick mulch layer to support the roots, plus regular fertility. Prune your Grapevine in late winter or early spring to maintain the shape, size, and vigor of next year’s fruiting wood.
Full Sun
Regular Moisture & Fertility
Tolerates Most Well-Drained Soils
Appreciates Mulched Beds
Prune in Late Winter/Early Spring
Low Chill Hours
Get ready to break out the bubbly! The Cabernet Sauvignon Grape Vines are fantastic wine grapes and perfectly suited for warm climates! Order your new vineyard and edible landscaping plants at today!