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Wine Down for the Holidays with a Devilishly Good Cabernet Sauvignon Sure to Elevate the Seasons Soirées

div.byline > img { display: none; } div.dek { display: none; } How will you wine down this holiday season? Stuck on which wine to select for sipping? Whether you’re looking to gift the perfect red or looking for ways to leave your guests or host with a lasting impression, you’ll be ready to conquer the holidays with a few simple tricks when it comes to selecting the perfect wine. Keep it simple, but premium. Opt for a fine wine from a brand that’s known for its rich history, quality, and exceptional taste. The all-new Casillero del Diablo Reserva Privada Cabernet Sauvignon (LCBO $18.90) is a deep, bright intense ruby red and is an elegant, sophisticated wine that’s devilishly delicious. Reserva Privada is a choice sure to impress and pairs perfectly with red meats, well-seasoned dishes and aged cheeses such as Gruyere or blue. Impress with your knowledge. Reserva Privada Cabernet Sauvignon is aged in French oak, an important characteristic as this softens tannins and adds a lot of complexity to the wine itself. It’s also from Chile’s Maipo Valley, which is in the foothills of the Andes. Known for its ideal grape growing soils, Maipo Valley is hot during the day and receives cooling winds coming from the Andes at night. These factors are the perfect recipe for incredible Cabernet Sauvignon and allow Maipo to produce some of the world’s best. Don’t be afraid to play with the devil. Don’t you love to read the back label of a bottle of wine to learn its story? Wines rooted in history are fascinating and lead to great dinner table conversation. Casillero del Diablo translates to Devil’s Cellar in Spanish and a long time ago, a winemaker invented a tale that the devil lived in the wine cellar to discourage thieves after some of his wine went missing. The rumour caught like wild fire and many have claimed to have seen the devil with their own eyes. No one has ever been able to confirm the existence of his cellar’s guardian and so, the legend lives on. Whether you’re someone who wants to impress your family and friends or give a gift that doesn’t look like it was though of last minute, the all-new Casillero del Diablo Reserva Privada Cabernet Sauvignon is a devilishly good pick. It’s available at the LCBO for $18.90 this holiday season. Learn more at