Menach N wrote:...regarding the Zen ill go back to the store and get some more info on it or maybe even buy it
Daniel Rogov wrote:Menach, Hi...
The Contour wines are blends of Chardonnay and Chenin Blanc and are entry level wines semi-dry towards sweet and very fruit forward. I have not tasted the most recent releases but in the past have found these wines to be of interest primarily to not-at-all sophisticated drinkers.
Daniel Rogov wrote:After a bit of checking......
As I said, Royal Wines has many brands that are produced in California, amongst those Herzog Special Reserve, Herrog, Baron Herzog, Weinstock, Weinstock Select and Kedem. Current listings do not include a Weinstock Contour but do include two wines in the Baron Herzog Series - Contour and Chenin Blanc, the first as said earlier, a semi-sweet blend of Chardonnay andChenin Blanc, the second an off-dry pure Chenin Blanc. Come November-December, I am planning on tasting the entire line of these wines and will report back on some detail at that time.
There is a rumor Daniel, that you will be coming to America this winter to do a write up on kosher wines. Is this true? For Royal only? Who is paying for it - not to question your objectivity, but more to know what wines will be included in the report.
...someone told me that there used to be a kosher Oregon Pinot, did you hear about this?
Daniel Rogov wrote: and from there to California for a combination of vertical, advance and barrel tastings from about nine different wineries.
Daniel Rogov wrote:David, Hi....
Indeed, even fewer than you list because Covenant, although a fully independent operation of Jeff Morgan, is made at the Herzog facility. Oh yes.....lest we forget, Gallo also makes one or two kosher wines. No need to travel to California, however, to taste those.
Didn't mean to imply that all of my California visits would be to kosher wineries. I am also planning on visiting two large and several cult-wineries, none of which are kosher, in the area.
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