Quite remarkably good! You can tell everything was done well (ripe fruit, quality oak, precise vinting) and at this price point I wish I could get more ($12ish on clearance at WF). ￼ drank this over three days and it was beautiful each time!!￼ — a month ago
A plum and a cherry. A vanilla and a leather. Tasty connection. And I'm not surprised. Not because it's merlot. Because this brand always delivers. :) Still not a single disappointment. — 2 months ago
Incredibly drinkable white blend.
I'm quickly becoming a fan of Israeli wine. — 5 months ago
Wow! Amazing cabernet sauvignon from Israel. I think this was a perfect timing with this wine. It's bold: the nose is fresh and fruity. A blackberry, a cherry. Then opens itself with strong oaky notes, a chocolate and a coffee. It's the best CS from Israel I've ever had. I'm drinking it now, very slowly, I'm enjoying it. — 2 months ago
Lovely freshness. — 2 months ago
Black cherries, blackberries, baseball glove, dried herbs on the nose, all of which comes through in the mouth with the addition of tons of milk chocolate and crushed rock. Most chocolate-y wine I’ve had in ages. Medium bodied with good acidity and an easy tannin structure. Really very good. — 3 months ago
Here is a delicious Cabernet for #AgedWineTuesday.
Ruby in color with a hint of brick.
Spicy nose of peppercorn, blueberries, cherries, sweet raspberries, tobacco, earth, Indian spices, wood, cardamom, light vegetables, cinnamon, vinaigrette, and dark chocolates.
Medium plus in body and elegant with medium acidity.
Dry on the palate with black currants, sweet cherries, raspberries, spices, tobacco leaf, graphite, herbs, black pepper, chocolates, black olives, earth and black tea.
Nice length on the finish with fine grained tannins and tangy cranberries.
This 9 year old Cabernet Sauvignon from Israel is delicious now. Easy drinking and elegant with nice complexity.
Still drinking very nicely, although this was probably better a couple of years ago.
Needs 3 hours to open up, but after 4 hours, nice tannins come in with nice structure, so be patient.
A good quality wine. Spicy, tangy, elegant and interesting.
A blend of 89% Cabernet Sauvignon and 11% Cabernet Franc. Aged for 20 months in French and American oak barrels. Grapes are grown in the Golan Heights region.
Thank you Sean for sharing this with me.
I paired it with cheeses, olives and nuts.
14.5% alcohol by volume.
$45. — a month ago
Very sweet nose. It's mild: a honey, a peach, the honey, an apple, honey. And did I mention honey? It's like an old chardonnay. And it's another consolation wine: damn you, the virus, I should be in Hajfa, drinking their daily wines. :) — 2 months ago
Israel 3/16 — 5 months ago