I personally don't find Cabs super easy to drink as wines go, at least not by themselves. Reds in general are like that. Whites can be really nice, frankly, with Rieslings being very tasty dessert wines, but you always choose the right wine for the right dish anyway. Blushes, roses, etc are alright, but I don't usually bother. I'm not a big wine guy anyway.I like to try new beverages based on their historical significance.
So far, my impressions have been:
Brandy: Extremely strong but tastes good. Kind of a buttery flavor and smooth. Only to drink in small quantities, except in brandy juleps, where it's mixed with syrup to create something that tastes like a syrupy sweet tea.
Gin: The master alcohol. Has a nice burning feeling on the lips and an inoffensive taste. Easy to drink but strong.
Vodka: Very easy to drink but kind of flavorless and boring.
Colt .45 Malt Liquor: Piss
Cabernet sauvignon: The master wine, easy to drink, could guzzle a bottle in one sitting; nice taste that would pair well with meat
American muscadine: Piss, way too fruity, but not any good kind of fruit
Red wines in general: Tasty, harder to drink than white wine
White wines in general: Boring
If you drink malt liquor you deserve your misery. The only people who drink King Cobra, Old English, etc. are melanin-enriched folks who can't afford proper hard liquor and want to get wasted in a hurry anyway without buying Night Train and being a wino.