Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon is as good its Californian relative. It possesses little more tannin, which makes it a little more intense. From temperate regions of Chile, this grape produces a wine with a deep red color and complex aromas of fruit, flowers and vegetables. The Cabernet Sauvignon is goes very well with dishes with red meat, stuffed peppers, stews and flavorful pastas. Grilled meats, lamb and high-fat foods also pair well with it. The ideal temperature for drinking is 60. and 64 degrees Fahrenheit.