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Tabor 2010 Adama Merlot (Galilee)

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With its deep garnet color and aromas of blackberry, black cherry and coffee, this wine signals early on that you are in for something special. Flavors of black cherry, blueberry, anise and caramel play across the palate amidst fine tannins, right through the bright orange-peel finish.

 — M.D.  (7/1/2014)
92
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Yatir 2009 Syrah (Judean Hills)

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  1. $48

Tantalizing aromas of cherry, black olive and oregano usher in flavors of blueberry pie, smoked meat, orange peel and thyme. Alluring on the palate, it demonstrates strong teamwork between savory and fruit flavors. Tannins and acidity keep up through the lingering finish.

 — M.D.  (9/1/2014)
92
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Golan Heights Winery 2012 Yarden Chardonnay (Galilee)

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  • Kosher
  1. $20

A clean nose of slate and cherimoya opens into flavors of passion fruit, caramelized pineapple, nutmeg and jasmine. This wine is sunshine-bright yet smooth as velvet, with a finish that offers lingering notes of citrus and spice.

 — M.D.  (4/1/2014)
92
points

Barkan 2010 Reichan Assemblage Red (Galil)

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  • Kosher
  1. $35

Dense and dark, this heady red is a blend of 67% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot and 13% Syrah. Powerful aromas and flavors of wild blackberry, cassis, cigar-box spice and licorice root abound on the nose and in the mouth, and carry on through the long finish. The structure is firm and gripping, but perfectly matched to the intense fruit flavors. This wine is…

 — L.B.  (9/1/2013)
92
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Yatir 2009 Forest Red (Judean Hills)

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  • Kosher
  1. $85

Forest, Yatir’s top-of-the-line offering, is always a dense and powerful wine that can age. Right now, the wine smells young and a bit closed, hiding some of its beauty and nuance behind the upfront black plum, cassis and cherry fruit aromas. Hints of fruitcake spice, bramble, cigar box and leather occasionally flicker in the background, revealing what time has in…

 — L.B.  (4/1/2013)
92
points

Hafner Kosher 2010 Icewine Gewürztraminer (Burgenland)

  • Kosher
  1. $24

The rich scent of dark honey is immediately cut by the heady lift of something that recalls the Mediterranean—juniper, conifers and crushed citrus leaves. The palate is a celebration of candied citrus—orange, lemon and grapefruit. Rich and deliciously tart at the same time.

 — A.K.  (11/1/2014)
92
points

Golan Heights Winery 2010 Yarden 2T Touriga Nacional-Tinta Cão Red (Galilee)

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  • Kosher
  1. $32

Inky violet-red in color, this blend offers vivid aromas of cranberry, pomegranate and aniseed. Flavors of black cherry, blueberry pie, caramel and a dash of salinity endure through the lingering finish, against a backdrop of grippy tannins.

 — M.D.  (7/1/2014)
92
points

Carmel 2007 Limited Edition Red (Upper Galilee)

  • Kosher
  1. $85

This Bordeaux-style blend is made from 57% Cabernet Sauvignon, 31% Petit Verdot, 5% Merlot, 5% Malbec and 2% Cabernet Franc, and promises great longevity despite its already somewhat advanced age. It’s dense and thick, with concentrated notes of cassis, blackberry, tanned leather, licorice root and peppery spice. The medium tannins are fine, but with good grip on…

 — L.B.  (4/1/2013)
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