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Dalton Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2017
Founded in 1995, Dalton has quickly become one of Israel’s most successful family-run wineries thanks to the vision and foresight of father-and-son founders, Mat and Alex Haruni. The estate is set in the Upper Galilee where the Harunis noticed the excellent potential of the local terroir for producing authentic kosher wines with a true Israeli spirit. In total they have some 80 hectares of vines in Galilee which allow the family to make a wide variety of different wine styles.
Their Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon is very popular with lovers of big, bold reds thanks to the powerful flavour profile and well-built tannins which will respond well to extended cellaring. Top quality grapes are sourced from Dalton’s estate vineyards and following vinification the young wine is aged in new French and American oak barrels for 18 months to add finesse and polish.
The result is a full throttle kosher Cabernet with enticing dark berry and plum notes on the nose. The palate opens with intense cassis and black cherry flavours which are complemented by a muscular structure, firm tannins and long finish with hints of cigar box spice from the barrel maturation. An exceptional wine to add to your cellar or to enjoy now alongside hearty red meat dishes.
Psagot Edom 2017
This majestic Israeli wine is a Bordeaux-style blend composed of 75% Cabernet Sauvignon and 25% Merlot sourced from prime vineyards in the Jerusalem Hills. On the nose there are enticing hints of cassis and crushed dark berries while the first sip reveals a full body, firm tannins and a long finish with subtle spiced notes. Matured in oak barrels for 14 months, Edom is a powerful and intense kosher red wine that pairs well with hearty red meat dishes like roast beef, steak and even barbecued meats.
Psagot winery is an award-winning estate located in Binyamin just to the north of Jerusalem with stunning vineyards set on mountain terraces at 700-900 metres above sea level. Conditions here are ideal for producing quality wines thanks to the sunny summer days cooled by breezes from the hills which helps to preserve aromatic complexity in the grapes.
This is a truly ancient winemaking region which is reputed to be the home of Abraham who grew grapes and farmed here thousands of years ago. Evidence of this long viticultural history is found on the Psagot labels which feature a coin found in an ancient wine press on the estate that dates back to the First Jewish–Roman War of 66-73 CE.
Domaine du Castel Petit Castel 2018
The Petit Castel is the second wine of Domaine du Castel and it is made in a classic Bordeaux-style from Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc and Malbec grapes sourced from the estate’s finest plots. Following vinification the wine is aged in French oak barrels for 12 months and then matured in concrete tanks for an additional 4 months before bottling.
On the nose there are seductive hints of crushed dark berries, wild roses, and leather while the first sip reveals a rich full body, smooth tannins, and bright streak of acidity which will help the wine to age gracefully over the next five years or so. The excellent balance between ripe fruit flavours and firm structure make this a great wine to pair with food, especially red meat dishes like a fine steak, beef stew, or even game.
Domaine du Castel was founded in 1988 by Eli Ben Zaken who had emigrated to Israel from Milan and purchased a small farm near Jerusalem. He planted the first modern vineyard in the Judean Hills and received an incredibly positive response to his first wine, the Grand Vin, which he still produces in very limited quantities.
Tzora Misty Hills 2017
Misty Hills is crafted from the Tzora Vineyards’ finest plot high in the Judean Hills where morning mist frequently forms as cool air from the mountains meets the warmer air coming off the nearby Mediterranean sea. Combined with the rich terra rossa soils, this special terroir provides perfect conditions for producing top quality grapes with incredible depth of flavour and freshness.
This stylish wine is made in an Old World style with a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah which opens with enticing hints of blackberries, ripe plums, leather and sweet spices. The first sip reveals a generous full body, fine tannins, and rich dark berry flavours which linger long on the palate. Exceptional to drink now alongside red meat dishes like beef bourguignon or a fine steak, this wine would make a handsome addition to any cellar and will continue to develop and mature over the next decade or so.
Misty Hills is made in collaboration with Mr. Jean-Claude Berrouet, the former the Technical Director at Chateau Pétrus, who brings a wealth of expertise and talent to the Tzora team. Heading up the winemaking team is Eran Pick MW who was the first Israeli to pass the notoriously difficult Master of Wine examinations.
Flam Syrah Reserve 2017
Brothers Golan and Gilad Flam were inspired to found their own winery after touring some of Tuscany’s finest estates in the 1990s. Their mother, Kami, takes care of the business side of the venture while Golan is in charge of winemaking after studying in Italy and gaining valuable cellar experience in South Australia and Tuscany.
The tiny boutique winery produces just 150,000 bottles per year and their wines are admired by collectors and wine critics across the globe. Their line of Reserve wines are made in an Old World style with the finest grapes harvested from the family’s Ben Zimra and Dishon vineyards in the Upper Galilee. The grapes are harvested by hand at night to preserve acidity and the delicate aromatics so they arrive in the winery in perfect condition. Following vinification the Syrah Reserve is aged in French oak barrels for 12 months and then left to mature in the bottle for an additional 10 months.
Inspired by a trip to the Rhone Valley, this intense Reserve wine is reminiscent of its French cousins with an abundance of rich dark fruit and herbal hints on the nose. The first sip reveals a full body, fine tannins, and firm structure which will help this wine age beautifully in the cellar over the next decade or so. For those who prefer to enjoy it now, try pairing the wine with hearty red meat dishes like a fine steak or beef bourguignon.
Clos de Gat Ayalon Valley 2014
Eyal Rotem founded Clos de Gat in 1998 in partnership with Maison Sichel, a negociant house based in Bordeaux. Over the intervening years he has succeeded in creating one of Israel’s most successful boutique wineries with some 19 hectares of vineyards planted with international varieties. To showcase the local terroir and natural beauty of the grapes Rotem practices minimal intervention in the winery and harvests his grapes by hand.
Crafted predominantly from Cabernet Sauvignon with a smaller proportion of Merlot, this is the flagship wine of the Clos de Gat collection. The grapes are rigorously sorted and then fermented in open tanks using wild yeasts found naturally in the winery and on the skins of the grapes. The young wine is then aged in oak barrels Rotem imports directly from France for 18 months and bottled without fining or filtering.
On the nose there are enticing aromas of cassis, ripe plum and crushed dark berries while the first sip reveals a powerful flavour profile with dark fruit and hints of sweet spice, leather and woodsmoke from the maturation in oak. The firm tannins and full body make this a great contender for additional cellaring over the next decade or so.