Jerusalem Winery

Razi’el

Red Rhone Blend 2018

The Rhôn-ish nose of this dark wine delivers blackberry aromas draped in savory notes of earth and spice - forest floor, cardamom, allspice, even a bit of roasted meat. The savory aspect really takes hold on the palate, with a beefy flavor coming through. The tannins are firm enough, but not too firm. The finish is long and satisfying. — 24 days ago

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Malkiel Hadari

Gito Adom Petite Sirah Blend 2016

We drank the Adom 2016, a petite syrah, petite verdot, sirah and grenache blend. #kosher — 9 months ago

Giuseppe Negro

Monsü Langhe DOC Nebbiolo 2017

Quite lovely.

Roses on the nose. Really pretty and perfumed. Almost some really really pretty raspberry liquor. Gorgeous. Mild spice. Like from a spice merchant in the old city of Jerusalem. Beautiful.

Palate is clean precise but juicy Nebbiolo fruit. So sweet and delicious. Some coffee some chocolate.

Tastes like very well made barbaresco. Of course it’s declassified barbaresco so no shock.

Finish has a terrific raspberry liquor. Delicious.

Wow. A wonderful effort

Amazing raspberry liquor on the finish. Omg good.

I thought this would suck given the bad press given the vintage. Even against that preconception it was great.

Bought from fass selections
— 9 months ago

Andrew, Neil and 6 others liked this

Fattal

Fattal Collection Shamaim Special Blend 2014

In 2017, my husband and I were at the Leonardo Hotel in Jerusalem. After a full day of touring, we ate dinner and drank our first Israel wine. Fattal Collection, Shamaim was perfect! — 5 months ago

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Kabaj

San Lurinz Hydra Malvasia 2019

9.1-9.2

2019 “Hydra” Sparkling Goriška Brda, by Kabaj.

First Slovenian Pet Nat! Woot!

Lite & tasty notes of Golden fruit, honey, stones, floral, apricot nectar with a lemon twist. Similar notes on the nose.

Slight haze, some loose lees notable.

Eager bubbles, heard the bottle pop from other room. Crown cap with plastic stopper underneath. Good stream bead and saturation.

13% ABV

If you are in the SF Bay Area, highly recommend pairing with Dish n’ Dash Chicken Shawarma Wrap; Jerusalem Style (Hummus/Eggplant/Cauliflower). Good pairing synergy.

More, Please!

— 8 months ago

Jeremy, David and 2 others liked this

Psagot

SV Single Vineyard Jerusalem Mountain Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

Psagot Winery. Single vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, 2016.
Heavy in alcohol, too ripe.
— a year ago

Jerusalem Mountain Vineyards

Psagot Merlot

2017 Psagot Merlot. Fruit forward, loaded with plum & cherry aromas accompanied by soft tannins & a clean, crispy finish. — 2 years ago

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Julie Peterson

Julie Peterson

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Dean Bernal Sr.

Dean Bernal Sr.

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Jerusalem Mountain Vineyards

M Series Psâgot Sinai Shiraz Blend 2018

Same comments as before. Went very well with Putanesca pasta. — 7 months ago

Geyer Wine Co

Barossa Valley Grenache 2018

Naked and transparent, but stands firm with full confidence.
Lovely perfume of red fresh berries, fresh herbs and a red floral and peppermint-lift and orange blossom, over a platform of undergrowth
, nutmeg and mother rock.
Enters the room somewhat shy on the palate, but soon builds character and confidence over the palate. A stoney minerality and good acidity brings nerve and tension over an expansive mid palate with a strong fatigue through a rather long finish. Makeup is not needed on true beauty,
And yea it could easily be mistaken for A Gredos Garnacha from Bernabeleva, Comando G, Land and the likes.
Paired with chicken breast with ndjuja smeared under the skin, roast potatoes and Jerusalem artichokes, and a chicken- tarragon velouté
— 7 months ago

Josh liked this

Peak

Syrah Blend 2016

Very nice Syrah blend with spice and fruit. Perfect for Seder. — a year ago

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