Tag: Israeli wines

Yatir Forest | Kosher Wine Guide

– Hi it’s Ari from KosherWine.com. Today we are talking about one of my favorite wines, Yatir Forest 2014. This wine is mainly a Cabernet Sauvignon but also has Petit Verdot and tannat blended in to add to it’s complexity, body, depth and flavor. The wine has multiple kosher certifications, is not mevushal and is

Binyamina Cave | Kosher Wine Guide

– Hi, it’s Azik from KosherWine.com and today we’re going to be reviewing the Binyamina Cave 2014. The Binyamina Cave is a non-mevushal wine from the Upper Galilee in Israel. It’s 13.5% alcohol by volume. It’s a blend consisting of 68% Cabernet Sauvignon 25% Perlot, 7% Petit Verdot. It’s a full bodied wine, drinkable now

BLOOPER REEL & Introducing NEW Kosher Wine Guide

(static) – Hi, this is Dovid from KosherWine.com and today we’re going to talk about the… (laughing) (static) 13 percent alcohol, it’s mevushal. The bodium is medium. (laughs) The bodium. The bodium. (static) If you’re looking for an approachable Rosé that could be enjoyed throughout the year. Try the Cabernet Rosé va blah… (laugh) (static)

Zmora Cabernet Sauvignon | Kosher Wine Guide

– Hi everybody. It’s Ari from KosherWine.com. Today, we are talking about Segal’s Zmora Semi-Sweet Cabernet Sauvignon 2017. This wine was fermented in exclusively stainless steel tanks, no oak, and keeps it’s fresh, ripe fruit character. This wine has multiple certifications, is mevushal, and is also kosher for Passover. This wine is a crowd pleaser,