Mocha and creamy baked-berry aromas give it a soupy, chunky start, while the palate is rich and meaty for a $10 kosher wine. Flavors run sweet and syrupy, and a touch herbal, while the finish is full and chewy. Not exact but still a pretty good wine for the price.
This kosher Cab is rubbery and leathery, with medicinal berry fruit aromas. The palate is plump but wayward, with herbal, roasted berry flavors and leafy, peppery accents. Hollow and bland on the finish, but still decent for the price.