David Raccah wrote:Done - finally. Thanks to Gabriel for pointing me towards the Eden Winery Wild Red. The Wild Rose was OK, but the wild red is truly WILD! Boysenberry and blueberry notes wrapped in Bordeaux style wine notes - I would have sworn there was some Syrah in there! The Frere Robaire is tasting great now - try it again. The Ella Valley Pinot was a bit funky to start - but worth the waiting for it to blow off.
http://kosherwinemusings.com/2012/07/20 ... -the-spot/
David Raccah wrote:Elie, where did you see the 2011 - in the US? I think they are still on the 2010? I looked at a few sites and they seem to all say 2010, hence my question, the 2011 is all over Israel and even the UK.
Elie Poltorak wrote:Vignobles David Reserve A-*** I'm not big on french wines generally (in the kosher world you have to pay through the nose to have a chance of getting a decent bottle and even then it's hit or miss) but this wine is amazing, and the bargain-basement price makes it that much more enjoyable. Medium bodied, well-balanced, lots of good earthiness, ELEGANT
David Raccah wrote:Italy has few if any good QPR kosher wines, other than maybe de Seta, and a couple of Gabriella or a Bartenura here and there
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