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Binyamina Cabernet-Shiraz Yogev Kosher 2009

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1585251
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Binyamina Cabernet-Shiraz Yogev Kosher 2009 750ml

Binyamina Cabernet-Shiraz Yogev Kosher

Characteristic fruit aroma with hints of forest berries against an elegant backdrop of oak and a whiff of vanilla. This medium bodied wine is ready to drink now but will keep beautifully in the bottle for the coming three years. The wine is ideal for serving with Mediterranean-style cold salads, herb lamb kebabs and hard aromatic cheeses such as Pecorini. Dry Red Wine Cabernet Sauvignon - Shiraz

Binyamina Winery was established in 1952 by Joseph Zeltzer, who immigrated to Israel with a burning desire to produce wine as he did in the country of his birth, Hungary. Initially called Eliaz Winery—named after the owner's son who fell in battle during Israel's War of Independence, the winery started out in a region considered at that time to be Israel's wine region.

?In 1925 a perfume factory was establish by Baron Benjamin de Rothschild, after whom the town of Binyamina is named. The factory site was chosen due to the jasmine plants that grew profusely in the area, and which were needed to produce perfume extracts.

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Binyamina Binyamina Cabernet-Shiraz Yogev Kosher 2009
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Characteristic fruit aroma with hints of forest berries against an elegant backdrop of oak and a whiff of vanilla. This medium bodied wine is ready to drink now but will keep beautifully in the bottle for the coming three years. The wine is ideal for serving with Mediterranean-style cold salads, herb lamb kebabs and hard aromatic cheeses such as Pecorini. Dry Red Wine Cabernet Sauvignon - Shiraz
 

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Technical Notes Binyamina Winery was established in 1952 by Joseph Zeltzer, who immigrated to Israel with a burning desire to produce wine as he did in the country of his birth, Hungary. Initially called Eliaz Winery—named after the owner's son who fell in battle during Israel's War of Independence, the winery started out in a region considered at that time to be Israel's wine region.

?In 1925 a perfume factory was establish by Baron Benjamin de Rothschild, after whom the town of Binyamina is named. The factory site was chosen due to the jasmine plants that grew profusely in the area, and which were needed to produce perfume extracts.