Shavua Tov Harry! And yes, I'll second Isaac Chavel, you are definitely on a roll!
This was a Syrah-driven shabat!
Domaine Netofa, Latour Red 2009: Certainly not the first time I had this one but by it showed the best this time and by far after over 2 hours in the decanter. My father and myself drank the entire bottle and he loved it as he's very much into old-world style. As a reminder, an oak aged blend of Syrah and Mourverdre in the tradition of Cotes-du-Rhone in France but made in Karmei Netofa in the Galilee. Very dark garnet and full-bodied, with on the nose and palate saddle leather, blackberries, plums and spicy oak followed by Mediterranean herbs rising with nice tannins on a long finish. Polished and well made.
Carmel, Private Collection Emerald Riesling 2010: More dry than off-dry, lacking fruit and acidity. Disturbing.
GHW, Yarden Syrah 2006: Same remark as for the Netofa, the best tasting I had with this one! Dark garnet, full-bodied with on the nose leather and raspberries, followed on the palate by leather, raspberries, spices, vanilla and fresh tobacco. Mouth-filling with silky tannins rising on the long finish. Everyone at the table was quite impressed.