Interesting Lebanese Red Blend of Syrah, Cinsault, Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon and Marselan. Aromas of ripe dark berries, cassis and plums. Hint of dark chocolate and poblano pepper. Completely different on the pallet. Bright and juicy red berry flavors. Hint of spice on the silky finish. Vibrant and mouth watering acidity. — 13 days ago
Dark garnet color, rustic earthy dark red fruits and a hint of menthol heat on nose, spice barnyard earth and dust firm texture and long finish. Interesting profile. Vin dPay, Marselan first encounter of this Southern Rhine cross. 14.5 ABV JR 12 value offer! Added very nicely, full of fine sediment. — 2 months ago
Hits my palate wonderfully, I love it! — 2 months ago
Amazing, smoky and fruit. — 7 months ago
I would describe this Uruguayan blend as a hybrid Napa/Bordeaux Red Blend with a touch of Rioja blended in. 45% Tannat, 25% Cabernet Franc, 18% Petite Verdot, 12% Marselan. Red and black fruit aromas with hints of violets and baking spices. Juicy red and black fruit flavors with hints of blueberries, grilled herbs, black licorice, Forrest Floor and dark chocolate. Excellent meaty texture with a long and minerally finish. Very complex with dusty tannins. Fantastic now, but this one might need some additional bottle age. — 2 months ago
Costco a little tart but in a good way! — 3 months ago
This is an interesting red wine from Israel. This Marselan grape is a crossing of Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache, and it really tastes like it.
Showing black fruits with oak, earth, vegetables, spices, tobacco leaf, chocolates, coffee and peppercorn.
Dry on the palate with a short finish and round tannins.
Medium plus in body with medium acidity.
Needs a couple of hours to open up properly and remove some of the acidity.
Peaking now and will be good in the next few years.
Good by itself or with food. I paired it with cheeses, fresh fruits and vegetables.
100% Marselan grapes were aged in French oak barrels for 16 months. Kosher. Mevushal.
14.5% alcohol by volume.
$25. — 6 months ago