Dalton Cabernet Sauvignon Upper Galilee Safsufa 2006

Member Review by David Kohl:

This is a dark, rich and well-balanced Kosher wine, showing forest fruit qualities such as currants, berries and mint, which are complemented with subtle vanilla flavors of French oak.

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Dalton Winery:
The Dalton Winery is set in the beautiful green, mountainous country of the Upper Galilee, five kilometres from the Lebanese border, overlooking the Hermon Mountain. The Winery was established in 1995 when the Haruni family from England came to settle in Israel. Initially the winery was situated in makeshift premises in Moshav Kerem Ben Zimra and produced some 20,000 bottles, but now it occupi... Read more
The Dalton Winery is set in the beautiful green, mountainous country of the Upper Galilee, five kilometres from the Lebanese border, overlooking the Hermon Mountain. The Winery was established in 1995 when the Haruni family from England came to settle in Israel. Initially the winery was situated in makeshift premises in Moshav Kerem Ben Zimra and produced some 20,000 bottles, but now it occupies its own home overlooking the Hula Valley and currently makes about 800,000 bottles annually. Read less

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Snooth User: David Kohl
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03/28/2009

This is a dark, rich and well-balanced Kosher wine, showing forest fruit qualities such as currants, berries and mint, which are complemented with subtle vanilla flavors of French oak.

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Source: WineChateau.com
04/06/2010

The Cabernet Sauvignon Dalton is a dark, rich and well-balanced wine, showing characteristic Cabernet Sauvignon forest fruit qualities such as currants, berries and mint, which are complemented very well with subtle vanilla flavours of French Oak.



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