I’m no expert. Needs time to breathe, but this is rewarded in spades. Fruity flavor profile becomes obvious several hours after opening — 5 hours ago
The star at our Pesach Seder. A kosher wine that tastes like a quality Bordeaux. Real depth and perfect with brisket. If you need a kosher wine, this is the one to buy. A standout for Israeli wine. Likely would be 9.5 in 2022. — 2 months ago
Solid. I am getting wine(d) out. But it’s been fun checking out Israeli vino while on a work trip. This is really good. Light to medium. Starts really laser focused crisp SB written all over it. Then opens up a bit and shows some salinity. — a day ago
Packs a wallop — a month ago
My first Carignan. Very good! Almost like an Amarone, very deep cherry flavor. — 2 months ago
Really approachable on open. Earthy. Good tannins. Well structured. — 2 days ago
Light in style and body. — a day ago
Dark ruby in color with a reddish rim.
Fruity nose blackberries, black figs, currants, plums, cooked strawberries, pencil lead, leather, earth, vinaigrette, tobacco, cola, graphite, spices and black pepper.
Full bodied with medium plus acidity and nice legs.
Dry on the palate with plums, black currants, coffee, oak, cloves, alcohol, vegetables, graphite, spices, peppercorn, smoke, chocolates, earth, wet leaves and herbs.
Medium finish with fine grained tannins and tangy cranberries.
This is a great Grenache blend from Israel. Drinking nicely now with a nice mouthfeel and nice complexity.
Will age nicely in the next 3 to 5 years. Needs 90 minutes to open up properly and show the tannins.
A very interesting and tasty wine. Good by itself or with food. I paired it with cheeses meats, and light appetizers.
A blend of 47% Grenache, 33% Carignan and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon. Aged for 12 months in oak barrels.
15.5% alcohol by volume.
$50. — a month ago