Toast at Christmas – or any of your holiday celebrations – with a selection of full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignons and medium to light Chardonnays.
Known for its dark cherry flavors balanced with savory hints of green pepper to black pepper, Cabernet is ripe for pairing with beef roasts, bitter vegetable sides such as Brussels sprouts or broccoli rabe, herbs such as basil and rosemary and creamy, buttery mashed veggies.
Chardonnay, with flavors ranging from apple and pear to citrus to tropical fruit to oaky to buttery, pairs well with salty seafood such as oysters and smoked salmon, ham and any dish with cream sauce.
Find a wide selection of Cabernets and Chardonnays at Roche Bros. in Norton, Sudbury, Westwood, Marshfield and Wellesley!
Here are some of our favorites:
Duckhorn made its first Cabernet Sauvignon in 1978, and has had a vintage every year since them, with the exception only of 1979.
Leaders in sustainability, the Honig family’s small “garage” winery continues to be a family-run, socially responsible business, producing
Louis Martini Sonoma
The Martini family has been crafting world-class Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa and Sonoma’s finest vineyards since 1933. Their founder, Louis M. Martini, started with the premise that the best grapes make the best wines.
Thirty-five years after it was established, Rombauer is still owned and operated by first- and second-generation members of the family.
La Crema approaches the grapes that go into their wines gently to preserve their complexity and flavors.
Joel Gott Unoaked
Unoaked Chardonnay is lighter and fruiter than the traditional oaked version and is fermented in stainless steel vessels. Since 1996, Joel Gott has selected the best fruit from growing regions in California and Oregon, which they blend to create balanced, clean, complex, and elegant wines.