Adam M wrote:Thanks for the post, Gabriel. Any idea as to where in the quality stratosphere the Alon is intended to sit within the Galil Mountain line of wines? Is it intended to be below the Yiron but above the regular series? Given that it is a blend I assume that it is not really a direct compairson to the Meron, though I wonder how the syrah in the Alon compares to that contained in the Meron. Best, Adam
David Rhodes wrote:so that if you score the Alon from Galil, for instance, a 92 are you saying its as good as most vintages of Yatir Forest, Castel Gran Vin and Margalit Cab Reserve?...if so at 60 NIS I'm getting a bank loan buying it all and slapping my own private label on it and selling it for 150 NIS wholesale 200 to 250 NIS retail...and keeping some to sell for 350 after cellaring another year
Isaac C wrote:I was told by Yarden in NYC that it won't be available in the US until the summer.
Gabriel Geller wrote:Isaac C wrote:I was told by Yarden in NYC that it won't be available in the US until the summer.
Indeed, Richard Hutchinson from Yarden NYC told me a couple weeks ago that both the Pinot '10 and Alon '09 will be available by June in the US.
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