This is an American wine grape that’s relatively easy for the home gardener to grow. Cabernet Sauvignon grapes produce big clusters of dark red grapes and are considered one of the most cold-hardy and disease-resistant wine varieties.
- Full sun (eight hours)
- 5.5 to 6.5
- 7 to 10
- Plant 4 to 6 feet apart
- Keep soil moist throughout the growing season
- Use for making wine
- Small, round, red-black, seeded fruit
- Ripens in late September to October
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