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Barkan Cabernet Sauvignon Classic Kosher 2010

Winemaker's Notes:

The grapes of this most "classic" of red varieties were grown in vineyards in the Galilee and Golan. Its aroma of wild berries and cherries blends with its tobacco, vanilla barrel bouquet. The wine has fine structured, yet rounded tannins, a long rich finish and aging potential.

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Barkan:
The origins of Barkan go back to the 19th century but they moved into their modern winery at Hulda Kibbutz in 2000. They have 2000 acres of vineyards spread over Israel and produce around 10 million bottles a year,mainly single variety wines and all kosher

The grapes of this most "classic" of red varieties were grown in vineyards in the Galilee and Golan. Its aroma of wild berries and cherries blends with its tobacco, vanilla barrel bouquet. The wine has fine structured, yet rounded tannins, a long rich finish and aging potential.

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Dietary Information: Kosher


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