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Region: Upper Galilee
Variety: 51% Syrah, 46% Barbera, 3% Petit Verdot
Style: With a velvety texture, the wine presents aromas of black cherry, fresh blueberry and plum jam, and background characters of cloves, coffee and browned butter. Deep purple in color with delicate and balanced acidity, the full-bodied wine has a long-lasting finish.
Technical Data: The wine underwent 10-20 days of fermentation on skins at 28°C (82°F), full malolactic fermentation, and 12 months of aging in French oak barrels.
Harvest: Following a rainy winter, the 2013 harvest season was characterized by relatively mild weather, enabling optimal vine growth and outstanding grape quality. The harvest’s unique climatic conditions led to uniform ripening in the vineyards, leading to most of the harvested fruit arriving at the winery in September. The quality of this harves appears to be very high.
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Whether you're an old hand when it comes to French wine or a complete newcomer, you'll appreciate this Bordeaux estate's unique notes of damp earth, plums and toasty oak.
63% Merlot, 28% Cabernet Franc, 8% Cabernet Sauvignon, 1% Malbec.
Grand Cru Classe 2014
Saiint-Emilion Grand Cru
Shiloh’s flagship wine. Non filtered, 47% Merlot, 18% Cabernet Franc, 19% Cabernet sauvignon, 16% Petit Verdot.
Aged for 20 months in French Barrels.
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Made exclusively from grapes harvested from a number of our finest Cabernet vineyards on the Golan Heights. The wine aged for 18 months in French oak barrels, 40% of which were new.
A dry red wine full of blackcurrant aroma. It is velvety with a smooth lingering finish of vanilla and cocoa. | Wine Information: Supervision Under Badatz Chareidim Pairs well with steaks, beef, burgers - Israeli Wine - Table Wine | Hayotzer Virtuoso Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
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Look for rich, ripe, and concentrated flavors of juicy plums and black cherries. Enjoy with roasted meats, grilled poultry or gourmet cheeses
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An Israeli winery is making wine from a nearly extinct species of indigenous grapes used in biblical winemaking thousands of years ago.
In recent years there has been renewed interest in researching our region’s local grapes, varieties from which wine was produced thousands of years ago – in the times of Jesus, the Romans and King David. During the Mameluke and later the Ottoman periods, the local authorities forbade the preparation of wine and so the local wine industry suffered a serious setback. Local grape varieties that had been used to make wine gradually became extinct and only a few grape varieties – seemingly tasty to eat as well – barely survived. Recanati Winery is proud to be the first winery to restore the ancient Marawi variety to wine glasses in Israel and the world. We produced only 2,480 bottles from the first 2014 harvest and the wine boasts a score of 90 points from renowned wine critic, Robert Parker, in “Wine Advocate”. The winery is currently working on producing other local varieties.
Grape Variety: 100% Marawi
Winemaking Notes: The grapes are handpicked in mid-September and transferred in refrigeration to the winery. There they are destemmed and crushed. The wine ferments and ages sur lies in year-old French oak barrels.
Tasting Notes: The wine is citrusy, with a wonderful acidity and distinct minerality. This wine is a pure, ancient and candid expression of the Israeli terroir.
Vineyards: Judean Hills – Bethlehem. The grapes are harvested mid-September from an unwatered vineyard, and grown using the traditional trellising method known as “Hebron Overhead Arbor.”
100% merlot from Chateau Valandraud
A deep red colour, aromas of oriental spices, black truffles and vanilla. On the palate the beautify integrated and silky tannins offer a long finish. It’s full bodied, fruity, bright and fresh. This rich wine, complex and balanced, is part of the Great Saint Emilion.
Generation VIII by Herzog – To Kalon Cabernet Sauvignon is truly an exquisite example of combining the finest winemaking skills with the most sought-after grapes grown in California. Specially selected grapes were cultivated at the renowned and historic To Kalon vineyards in Napa Valley.
Generation VIII by Herzog – To Kalon Cabernet Sauvignon is the inaugural release of a special, limited offering in a series of handcrafted, single-vineyard lots honoring the Herzog family's history of winemaking of eight generations. This wine is truly an exquisite example of combining the finest winemaking skills with the most sought-after grapes grown in California. Specially selected grapes were cultivated at the renowned and historic To Kalon vineyards in Napa Valley. These grapes offer significant terroir from one of the world's best-known and historic vineyards. Aromas of currant, cassis, black cherry, and cedar followed by rich flavors of fruit and toasty oak. Full-bodied with well-balanced tannins. For six generations, the Herzog family produced award-winning, quality wines in their native Czechoslavakia. Since moving to the United States in 1948, that tradition has continued under the seventh and eighth generations, with a commitment to excellence undiminished by time. The winery is named after Philip Herzog who, in his position as exclusive supplier of wines to the Emperor Franz Joseph, was awarded the title of Baron in the late 1800s. Reflecting their desire to improve the environment, Herzog Wines are produced utilizing sustainable winegrowing polices and practices directed toward improving their wines and their environment.
Vineyard: Single vineyard located in the northern Golan Heights at an altitude of approximately 1000m above sea-level. The rich and fertile basalt (bazelet in Hebrew) soil, the particular local climatic conditions and the meticulous growing methods contribute to making the Chardonnay grapes cultivated at this vineyard to be of the highest quality.
Winemaking: Aging for 9 months in French oak barrels following careful, handcrafted production processes form part of the secret of this wine made from first press only. Additionally, this wine underwent both primary and malolactic fermentation in French oak barrels.
Tasting note: This Chardonnay displays a deep straw golden colour while revealing layers of ripe pear, juicy apple and tropical fruit with spice, butter, oak and a soft finish.
Serving Temperature: 10º - 14º
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The Cliff View is opulent with flavours of blackberries, blueberries, vanilla, white pepper and nutmeg. The dark fruit flavours linger through the long graceful finish. This inimitable red varietal will reward ageing but is beautiful and complex now.
This special production of a Rhone style wine starts with fine grapes grown in the historic Beit-El vineyards. The vineyards are located 3000 ft. above sea level making for cool evenings along with warm sunny days. This special weather and red mineral soil give optimal conditions for balanced ripening.