The full-bodied 2010 Kendall-Jackson cabernet sauvignon tastes of black cherry, blackberry, and currant. Grippy tannins and a little acid give this wine a nice and lingering finish.
This wine pours out a dark inky color, exactly what you’d expect from a cabernet sauvignon. I didn’t think that this needed to decant for very long, but if you have the time, allowing it to breath for some time can open it up a little. Being an affordable but solid wine, I would drink this on a regular basis as well as pair it with all types of meat. It has the body to stand up to a heavy steak as well as the versatility to even complement juicy chicken.