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The wine has a deep ruby color and dominant aromas of ripe berries, white pepper and light smoking. A full bodied wine, it is well balanced with a refreshing crispness and characterized by ripe black fruit, ...
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Produced from only Shiraz grapes. Vines grown on the winery’s vineyards are planted in ancient limestone terraces in the mountains located North of Jerusalem, 900 meters (almost 3000 feet) above sea level. ...
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The wine has a deep purple color, fruity aroma with hints of spices and a rich compound lasting flavor. Aged for 6 months in used two year old French oak barrels.
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A deep red - almost black - color that explodes with rich aromas of ripe red berries and complex spices. The almost impossibly concentrated palate oozes with blueberry and cherry with hints of toasty vanilla.
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Alexander Syarh shows off a complex range of characters, with delicate violet floral and fresh red fruit notes layered with a backdrop of warm spice, rich oak and forest floor.
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This high end wine is a Israeli Still Wine 2010 vintage from Judean Hills produced by Tzuba Estate Winery that is 750ml.
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Endeavour | Renewal | ChallengeThe idea of creating a kosher wine label developed over the years naturally as part of Pelter Winery’s continued growth.We wanted to expand on existing operations and ...
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In the select vineyards of Tabor Winery in the Galilee, high-quality Shiraz grapes were grown and carefully harvested. From these grapes we created the wine while paying close attention to preserving the ...
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Enjoy this wine from Galilee produced by Golan Heights Winery and is a Israeli Still Wine 2011 vintage that is 750ml.
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This high end wine is a Israeli Still Wine 2014 vintage from Judean Hills produced by Flam Winery that is 750ml.
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This high end wine is a Israeli Still Wine 2013 vintage from Judean Hills produced by Shiloh Winery that is 750ml.
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Rich and flavorful, with characters of blackberry, cherry and a hint of wet earth; medium-to-full bodied; long, pleasant finish.
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Color - Deep ruby redBouquet - A complex bouquet reveals layers of raspberry and plum intertwined with traces of black pepper, nutmeg and mochaTaste - Full-bodied and rich, with robust flavor of ripe berries ...
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This fine wine is a Israeli Still Wine 2014 vintage from Samson produced by Teperberg that is 750ml.
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This high end wine is a Israeli Still Wine 2011 vintage from Galilee produced by Barkan Vineyards that is 750ml.
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