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This blend of Sangiovese, Gamay, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Tinta Cao, and Tempranillo is light to medium bodied, fresh, and very drinkable, in addition to being Kosher for Passover.
Wine Spectator: "This shows good concentration to the baked pear and ripe apple flavors, with ample creamy notes. The plush finish features accents of citrus and spice. Kosher. Drink now through 2018. (KM, Web-2016)"
Inventory: Redwood City
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Straightforward and pleasant, it is modest in the mid-palate and tasty on the finish. With just enough structure to be slightly serious, it should drink well and make a nice food wine. However long it theoretically holds, it may not reward aging, so don't hesitate to dive in. (MS)" (6/2015) Wine Spectator: "This is a ripe, full-bodied red delivering roasted plum, ganache and grilled-herb flavors. With an ample mix of savory and sweet spice, and supple tannins, this has hints of cigar box and dried raspberry notes on the finish. (GS, Web-2015)" K&L Notes: A blend of Barbera, Syrah, Peti... Read More »
From Yarden's Golan Heights property where the volcanic plateau of the region rises from 1,300' to 3,900' above sea level. A small percentage of the wine is aged in French oak barrels to add to the perfume and body, but the overall profile is fresh and bright. Notes of tropical fruit and citrus are complemented by cut grass and herb with minerality and a cleansing finish.
From the well-regarded, groundbreaking Golan Heights Winery, Yarden Chardonnay is sourced from vineyards in the northern Golan Heights, said to be Israel's coolest winegrowing region with elevations up to 3,900 feet.
A blend of 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot and 15% Shiraz from Galilee.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2013 Chardonnay Odem Organic (Yarden) is sourced from 1989 vines at 1,200 meters, which the winery calls "the highest and coolest in all of Israel." It was aged for seven months in French oak (70% new) and comes in with 14.5% alcohol and 3.0 grams per liter of residual sugar (dry, but not steely). This seems to handle its oak well at this point in its life, showing reasonable freshness, good balance and an easy drinking demeanor. Only moderately concentrated and not particularly intense, it compensates with a tasty finish and surprisingly lively feel ...Read More »
Inventory: Main Warehouse