Hobnob Cabernet Sauvignon Review

This review is of Hobnob Cabernet Sauvignon 2009.

Hobnob Cabernet Sauvignon is a trendy French red wine and is very well known.  Hobnob’s wines come from the Languedoc region of France which produces over a third of the grapes in the country.

Hobnob wines can be found in most package stores and is a popular wine in many restaurants.

It’s an easy open wine with a twist top.

Alcohol content of Hobnob Cabernet Sauvignon is 13.0% by volume, per the bottle.

Price for Hobnob Cabernet Sauvignon about $9.00 per bottle, but prices range widely depending on where you shop for your wine.

Hobnob Cabernet Sauvignon Tasting

Hobnob Cabernet SauvignonIn appearance, this wine is deep dark plum in color.  When held up to the light, not much shines through this wine.

It’s very leggy in the glass.

On the nose, Hobnob Cabernet Sauvignon is good and jammy with a very slight whiff of alcohol.

The taste was smooth and jammy with a bit of earthiness noted.  Much like the aroma.  Also, slightly dry.

Mouthfeel was cottony with not a lot of tannins noted.

Overall this is a nice smooth drinking wine.  Hobnob wine is normally consistent from bottle to bottle and is slightly complex.  It would pair well with beef or lamb and according to the Hobnob wine website.  They also say this wine’s persona is seductive and has a character with a luscious infusion of flavors.

Also said to pair well with dark chocolate.  Break out the Barry White!  An all around good choice.


    1. Hi Jimmy, thanks for commenting.

      I don’t actually represent or work for Hob Nob Wines. I’m just wine blogger.

      Having said that, I don’t think they have a wine club where they ship to individuals. At least not that I’m aware of .

      If it helps, they do have a wine locator and contact form on their website hobnobwines.com.

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