Approachable and enjoyable now but best 2009–2013 (2 January 2008)
Do you see the 2006 less approachable now?
Eli R wrote:I had the pleasure of tasting the Flam, Cabernet Sauvignon, Reserve, 2006 today at the Ish-Haanavim "Open-house".
Eli R wrote:...and of course: Castel Grand Vin 2002 and 2000.
Eli R wrote:As for the Chateau Golan Cabernet Sauvignon 2005, though improving from one tasting to another, it still has to show its worth the 94 score Rogov gave it.
2005- Currently on the Market
Chateau Golan, Cabernet Sauvignon, Royal Reserve, 2005: Almost impenetrably dark garnet in color, this wine is both concentrated and elegant. A blend of 89% Cabernet Sauvignon and 11% Cabernet Franc, opening with spicy, mocha-tinged black currants, those yielding to blackberries, herbs and light oak. Hints of light sea salt and leather on the super-long finish make the wine intriguing. Perhaps the best yet from the winery. Best 2009–2015. Score 94.
Ehud W wrote:The Flam's Reserve 2005 (CS and Merlot) were indeed excellent, though the warm atmosphere inside the rooms didn't do good to any of the wines. The Cabernet Sauvignon is one of my favorites within the local CS selection, but the Merlot is the real "pearl", so different, unique and exceptional that it really demonstrate how a good Merlot can escape the plumy-jammy trap of other Merlot's.
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