Michael David Inkblot Cabernet Franc
Michael David Inkblot Cabernet Franc has black cherries on the mid-palate and a bit of graphite on the finish with a small amount of vanilla. The smell is complex with freshly crushed blackberries and plums, pepper, and tobacco. The tannins are velvety smooth, dense, and rich. If you are going to cook foods to go with this wine, red sauce pasta, roast chicken, pork, roasted or grilled vegetables, beef, duck, and sausage. Other foods that can be served with this wine are lamb, veal, mushrooms, olives, hearty fish dishes, and soft cheeses. Cooking these foods to serve with these Cabernet Franc will make any meal you serve this wine with fabulous.