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Alexander Sandro 2009

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1735444
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Alexander Sandro 2009 750ml

Alexander Sandro

Cabernet Sauvignon 70%, Merlot 26%, Sauvignon Blanc 4% The grapes are grown in the Kerem Ben Zimra vineyards in the upper Galilee and are all hand picked in the early morning hours. The wine was fermented slowly and then aged in oak barrels (80% French, 20% American) for 14 months. Deep burgundy in color with a hint of black, this wine's rich bouquet is full of ripe forest fruit. On the palate, the taste of forest berries, ripe cherries and plums blends with supple tannins.

Alexander winery was founded by winemaker Yoram Shalom in Tel-Aviv in 1996, and was relocated to Beit Yitzhak, a Moshav in Hefer Valley. The winery began as a small family venture but slowly grew into a very successful, highly acclaimed boutique winery. Since the 2006 vintage the winery products are Kosher and in 2007 the wines are also Kosher under the supervision of the “Beit Joseph” organization.

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Alexander Alexander Sandro 2009
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Cabernet Sauvignon 70%, Merlot 26%, Sauvignon Blanc 4% The grapes are grown in the Kerem Ben Zimra vineyards in the upper Galilee and are all hand picked in the early morning hours. The wine was fermented slowly and then aged in oak barrels (80% French, 20% American) for 14 months. Deep burgundy in color with a hint of black, this wine's rich bouquet is full of ripe forest fruit. On the palate, the taste of forest berries, ripe cherries and plums blends with supple tannins.
 

Notes on the Alexander Sandro 750ML 2009

Technical Notes Alexander winery was founded by winemaker Yoram Shalom in Tel-Aviv in 1996, and was relocated to Beit Yitzhak, a Moshav in Hefer Valley. The winery began as a small family venture but slowly grew into a very successful, highly acclaimed boutique winery. Since the 2006 vintage the winery products are Kosher and in 2007 the wines are also Kosher under the supervision of the “Beit Joseph” organization.