Lazy Lab Cabernet Sauvignon
Lazy Lab Cabernet Sauvignon
Lazy Lab Cabernet Sauvignon
Lazy Lab Cabernet Sauvignon
average from 42 reviews

Lazy Lab Cabernet Sauvignon

2018 – Medium to full bodied red

Inky, slightly murky garnet-to-brick; medium-to-full body. Tightly-wrapped, herbaceous, woody, slightly toasty black currant/cassis varietal fruit nose. Good on all fronts: weight, feel, balance, structure, extraction—easy-to-like floral and juicy precise varietal fruit framed by vanilla oak—lengthy flavors and finish..

$19.99 / bottle

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Steak Salad with Blue Cheese
Featured Recipe:
Steak Salad with Blue Cheese
Sommology Pairings: Lazy Lab Cabernet Sauvignon

Food and wine getting clever together

Charcuterie platter, cherry Tomatoes with an olive oil herbed dipping sauce, flank steak salad with blue cheese, lamb burgers, red quinoa with roasted vegetables, blue cheese/gorgonzola, Parmesan/asiago, aged cheddar, dark chocolate, cheese crackers

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Quick Facts


Cabernet Sauvignon








Made with organic grapes—three varietals picked in multiple lots from two different organic vineyards. Final transfer barreled down to new French & American oak, then to 1-3 year previous use oak, then to neutral oak then back to tank until late June 2020. Little oak as possible, so the vibrant fruit flavors of the wine are predominant.  



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Why We Love It

Made With Organic Grapes

Washington State is one of the country’s best spots to grow Cabernet Sauvignon vines. This wine marries New World juicy, jammy fruit flavors with a touch of herbal European earthiness. It’s friendly to sip, but uniquely flavorful.

What people are saying about Lazy Lab

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Feb. 25, 2021
Black Lab Cabernet - yum!

What is better Black Labs or a great Cabernet— with this wine it’s a tie!

Robert Stalnecker
Feb. 24, 2021
Nice Job

I usually go for the dry reds, but I tried this one since I am into the cabernet's, and was pleasantly surprised. How fruity it is took me by surprise. Keep this one coming. Luxx is still my favorite, but this is a close second.

Ashlyn H
Feb. 24, 2021
My go to!

Lazy Lab has been my favorite from the beginning. It’s so delicious and fruity and so easy to drink. I’ll be so sad when this one is gone!

Jonelle Spiker
Feb. 24, 2021
My current “go to” wine

Lazy Lab has gained a permanent space on my wine rack & is easily my first pick for girls night. It is extremely smooth and the perfect for sipping all night long.

Heather A
Feb. 24, 2021
So smooth

Love this Cab Sav so much, its great paired with just a glass!

Sheri Squires
Feb. 12, 2021
Easy to Sip Cab!

As a Seattleite I love my Washington wine! This one is no exception. This Organic Cabinet Sauvignon is easy to sip with its woodiness and floral finish. Pairs well with or without food! Especially yummy on a nice cold winter night.

Jordan Mai
Feb. 3, 2021
Lip Smacking Red

My husband and I love this wine from Washington State! It’s so smooth and very drinkable on it’s own or paired with some dark chocolate raspberries!! YUM!

Dec. 23, 2020
Cab er Yay

I do NOT like reds. But I do drink Lazy Lab. It is not heavy nor overly dry. It pairs well with dark chocolate as well as some fruity candies.

LaDawn Shocklee-Cox
Dec. 7, 2020
Fantastic flavor!

I'm not a cab drinker because I find most cabs too dry for my taste. Not Lazy Lab. It has full flavor without being overly dry. I finally found a cab I WANT to drink! Bonus: it pairs well with chocolate.

Katie Hatfield
Oct. 14, 2020
My NEW go to wine for chilly weather

I am a seasonal wine drinker, whites in the warm weather and reds in the colder temps. This new Lazy Lab is so fruity, smooth, and luscious that it will definitely be my GO TO wine this fall and winter season! I am stocking up for sure!