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Since its founding in 1983, Golan Heights Winery, along with its Yarden label, has been at the forefront of the Israeli wine scene, proving to the international market that top-quality kosher wine is not only possible, but is down-right delicious. Their Mt. Hermon Bordeaux blend is a testament to that. Grown in the most northern and most revered appellation in Israel, the vineyards are planted on a volcanic plateau 1300-3900 feet above sea level. The easy-drinking 2014 shows vibrant aromas of fresh cherries, orange zest, and fresh herbs. The perfect bris... Read More »
A blend of 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot and 15% Shiraz from Galilee.
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.
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.
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 »
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