Cabernet Sauvignon Pour


This is a typical pouring scene for Cabernet Sauvignon wine using a distinctive Cabernet Sauvignon wine glass and a Cabernet Sauvignon bottle.

In this scene, the wine is being poured with a full tilt of the bottle.  Because the wine has a relatively high specific gravity (compared to many other wines), it tends to pour in a larger volume stream, and will form a more random, heavier splash within the glass.

The glass shape is designed specifically for Cabernet Sauvignon although it is an oversized glass, typical of modern restaurants.

Cabernet Sauvignon grapes are the offspring of Cabernet franc and Sauvignon blanc and are most likely a chance crossing of the two grapes that occurred in the 17th century in the Bordeaux region of France. Prior to this discovery, this origin had been suspected from the similarity of the grapes’ names and the fact that Cabernet Sauvignon shares similar aromas with both grapes—such as the blackcurrant and pencil box aromas of Cabernet franc and the grassiness of Sauvignon blanc. The grapes are easily cultivated and resistant to various diseases and fungi. Winemakers can produce wine either directly from this grape, or by blending these grapes with Merlot, Malbec, or other varieties. Cabernet Sauvignon is typically aged for a long time to develop its full flavor. The grape flavor has an affinity for oak, and therefore this wine typically begins its aging process in an oak wine cask. Its high concentration of tannins allow for full development of its flavors in the bottle. Younger wines have a lighter flavor, but richer and brighter red color. The wine color turns very dark with age/


This Cabernet Sauvignon Pour set consists of two bottles of wine (one open and one sealed with a wine object inside),  a single glass and the wine pouring from the bottle into the glass. Each wine bottle has individual components for the bottle, the label and the foil top. The full, sealed bottle of wine is included in the set to allow for a complete product render if desired. The subcomponents of  the wine bottles make it easy to assign or edit the individual materials as you need in order to create the highest possible quality render for your purposes.

In these renders, the wine is of medium age and has a brighter color than a long-aged Cabernet, which would be darker in hue.

The product is available in MAX /V-Ray with versions for Maya (*.ma), *.obj and *.vob coming soon.

The MAX scene file includes a light stage,lights,  camera and custom V-Ray materials for this particular wine and glass set.

The renders shown here are created in MAX and V-Ray