Dabouki

Cremisan Cellars

Star of Bethlehem Baladi 2015

Grape: Baladi, from West Bank, Palestine. Medium ruby color, tobacco and blueberry nose. The nose reminds me of a Rhône wine because of the gamy and fatty meat flavors. On the palate, it’s a good balance of fruit, tannin and acidity, but lacking length. The wine has the earthiness of a Bordeaux and game flavors of a Syrah. From @sommselect dot com: “From a 133-year-old winemaking monastery, made from Holy Land native grapes like Dabouki, Hamdani, Jandali, and Baladi. They are all planted in the Biblical Hills of Bethlehem and Hebron.” — 3 years ago

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jarred gild
9.2

warren likes it! — 6 years ago

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Cremisan Cellars

Star of Bethlehem Dabouki White Blend

Andrew Whittle
9.1

2013 vintage - light & fresh - worked beautifully with the sophisticated salads @ NOPI — 7 years ago