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Dalton 2012 Oak Aged Petite Sirah (Samson)

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  • Kosher
  1. $25

Dark violet-red in color, this wine has aromas of black cherry, lavender and confectioner’s sugar. Cool and bright notes play off each other, with flavors of ripe black cherry, anisette, cranberry and sage. Soft tannins lead to a finish that is long-lasting but doesn’t overstay its welcome.

 — M.D.  (4/1/2015)
93
points

Shiloh Winery 2010 Legend Red (Judean Hills)

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  1. $40

Dark violet-red in color, this is a blend of 40% Petite Sirah, 35% Petit Verdot and 25% Shiraz. A bouquet of cherry, violet and mesquite lay the groundwork for a winning mélange of savory fruit flavors—think cherry, strawberry, smoke, flint, jasmine and orange peel. Smooth tannins lead the way to an orange-rind finish, with a hint of smoke and a slight umami…

 — M.D.  (4/1/2015)
93
points

Tabor 2010 Adama Merlot (Galilee)

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  • Kosher

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
points

Dalton 2012 Alma Shiraz-Grenache-Mourvedre Red (Galilee)

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  • Kosher
  1. $25

Dark violet-red in the glass, this Rhône-style blend offers bewitching aromas of black cherry, anise and crème brûlée. Its mouth-pleasing texture envelops flavors of black cherry, anise, clove and vanilla custard. The smooth, lasting finish presents a bright note at just the right moment.

 — M.D.  (4/1/2015)
92
points

Madmon 2012 Soreka Special Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon (Shomron)

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  1. $30

An intense bouquet of blackberry, smoked meat, flint and violet paves the way for flavors of black currant, smoked meat, coffee bean and a hint of cranberry. Rich savory notes mingle with strong fruit flavors, all marked by a pleasingly persistent strain of tartness. Smooth, soft tannins prime the palate for the elegant finish.

 — M.D.  (4/1/2015)
92
points

Domaine du Castel 2011 Grand Vin Red (Haut-Judeé)

  • Kosher
  1. $75

Deep ruby to the eye, this blend of 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot and 5% Petit Verdot has a bouquet of coffee and black currant preserves. It offers a frankly gorgeous interplay between fruit and cool herbal flavors, with black cherry joined on the palate by licorice, eucalyptus, butterscotch and flint. The drawn-out finish offers a surprisingly bright burst…

 — M.D.  (4/1/2015)
92
points

Alexander 2010 Reserve Cabernet Franc (Galilee)

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  • Kosher
  1. $40

Dark ruby in the glass, this wine has a bouquet of black cherry, jalapeño and celery root that continually invites you back for another sniff. There is a terrific balance between fruit and savory flavors, which include black currant, cherry, white chocolate, mint and jalapeño. Smooth tannins go on and on until they are finally punctuated by a bright cranberry note.

 — M.D.  (4/1/2015)
92
points

Tzuba 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon (Judean Hills)

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  • Kosher
  1. $30

Deep brick-red in color, this wine leads with aromas of stewed black fruits, petrol and green pepper. Flavors of cherry preserves, smoked meat, vanilla and a pop of tart cherry make their way across the palate, encased in silky tannins. The finish is simultaneously cool and bright.

 — M.D.  (4/1/2015)
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