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OCTOBER 10, 2011 [Golan Heights] Tasting Notes week of October 10, 2011
Gilgal Brut is made from a blend of 50% Chardonnay and 50% Pinot Noir grown in the cool climate of the Golan Heights. Very cool idea -- Israreli sparkling wine! Produced in the classic Champagne method, it is aged for a minimum of one year in the bottle on the tirage yeast. News gilgal israeli sparkling wine
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NOVEMBER 18, 2008 [Golan Heights] Good times for Israel wines
The Golan Heights winery's Yarden 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon came in at 91. Having followed Israel wines for many years I knew this day would come. Having worked at Israeli wineries I was sure that others would eventually acknowledge the high quality of up-and-coming Israeli wines. Ladies and gentlemen, Israeli wines have arrived!
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OCTOBER 23, 2008 [Golan Heights] Golan day, tanks, and NYC kosher crush
Spent the day in and around the Golan Heights today. It is wild how you can see Syria as you drive many of the high altitude roads of the Golan Heights. Visiting wineries up in The Golan Heights getting caught behind TANKS that are being transported. It is really spectacular there. Pretty wild.
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OCTOBER 21, 2008 [Golan Heights] Blending Wines.
I'm headed up North tomorrow to the Galil region which includes the highly regarded Galil & Golan Heights viticultural sections. Has it only been a week? Time does fly when you are having fun, but I have been doing SO MUCH running around that I can't believe I have only been in Israel for 1 week so far (OK, 9 days). Can't wait!
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WINE TASTING GUY [Golan Heights] Carmel's quality wine revolution
| SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2008
As is being done at the Israel wine revolution leader Golan Heights
Winery (AKA Yarden), Carmel is trying to get away from being labeled as kosher, and doing everything possible to instead be considered a World Class winery whose wines JUST SO HAPPEN to also be kosher. YES, that Carmel, of the sweet, thick sacramental wine. MORE >>
WINE TASTING GUY [Golan Heights] Wines for the New (Jewish) Year UNDER $30
| SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2008
The last Israeli wine I want to mention is a wine I recently tried for the first time, the Golan
Cabernet Sauvignon. The Golan
Cab was featured by wine writer Howard Goldberg in the NY Times in August , and as it turns out is a damn good wine. I'm sorry for the delay in writing this post. Plus it is often sold for over $30/bottle.) MORE >>
WINE TASTING GUY [Golan Heights] Misinformed - what to do with a bad wine educator?
| TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 2008
Among the instructor's opening statements was a proclamation that the Israeli wine industry took a major step forward with the introduction of the Golan Heights
Winery 15 years ago (it was more like 25 years ago). I attended an Israeli wine tasting at a local cultural center earlier this week. One should always decant red wine. MORE >>
WINE TASTING GUY [Golan Heights] Best bet (kosher) Israeli wines for Passover - at all price ranges.
| WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 2008
The last wine I want to bring up in this category comes from the Golan Heights
Winery, famous for its Yarden wines. I have been asked by countless people which wines I would recommend they check out for Passover, so I thought it appropriate to blog for the masses. The first price point you may ask about is the UNDER $10 range. MORE >>
WINE TASTING GUY [Golan Heights] Israeli Wine - Wine Advocate " Modern Israel: A Survey (A Work in Progress)"
| SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2007
Well ladies and gentlemen, the results are in. will be copying a list of wines & their scores from Israeli Wine Critic Daniel Rogov's "Wine & Food Forum". I am waiting for my physical copy of the issue to arrive before I comment specifically. More comments later. Without further ado, the scores. MORE >>
- [Golan Heights] Yarden Odem Chardonnay 2006 Organic Vineyard Israel VIGNA UVA VINO | SATURDAY, MAY 24, 2008
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