Lovely delicate gamay fruit with savory finish perfect with herb spiced beef — 8 days ago
Buttery bourbon chard. With a little marketing they could sell a tonne of this in Australia. — 4 months ago
Muscadet? No. Australian Gev. Comfortable herb led me misunderstand. But balanced sweetness. @, P Enoteca, 230704 — 5 months ago
Zwebner Estate Vineyard Judean Mountains 35.6.18 Red 2017, Bethlehem
Dark ruby in color with a wide reddish rim.
Medium plus in body with medium acidity.
Dry on the palate with cherries, black plums, currants, raspberries, light oak, spices, chocolates, licorice, coffee, tobacco leaf, herbs, earth, peppercorn and black tea.
Tangy finish with fine grained tannins and tangy raspberries.
This 6 year old red blend from the Judean Mountains in Israel, is showing nice complexity with a soft mouthfeel. Elegant and spicy.
Fruit forward right out of the bottle, and even better after an hour of airtime.
This Single Vineyard is good by itself or with food. A great sipping wine.
I Had the 2015 a few years ago, and it is very consistent. Delicious stuff.
A blend of Grenache, Carignan and Cabernet Sauvignon. Aged in French oak barrels for 12 months. Kosher.
14.5% alcohol by volume.
$50. — a month ago
Very tasty! Crisp but smooth. Very easy drinking. — 4 months ago
Nancy’s 6/18/23 Father’s Day. Light bodied gamay, 12.5%, nice acidity. Pricey at $125.00 — 6 months ago
From magnum. The wine barrel aging is prevalent. Truly enjoyable. — 2 months ago
Inspired by the “Apotheca”, a mysterious place where some of the earliest wine was blended and stored, Apothic wines offers a truly unique wine experience.
A red blend emerges from the flames, creating a most unexpected and masterful encounter.
Paying tribute to a time-honored craft, this wine has been aged for 60 days in whiskey barrels, creating bold notes of red and dark fruit with layers of maple and spice. — 3 months ago
Light to medium-bodied.
Lovely fruit purity (cherries, raspberries, cranberries, rhunarb), mild tannines, distant hints of green herbs and orange zest. At cellar temperature this is lively, cheerful, refreshing and rewarding.
13% abv; 6228 btls produced.
Very nice.! 😀 — 6 months ago