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Shoresh Tzora Vineyards Kosher 2014

Winemaker's Notes:

A Bordeaux-Rhone Blend Meets Ancient Terroir With a Petrus Hand "Shoresh 2014 is a result of a joint work with our consultant, Mr. Jean-Claude Berrouet, the preceding Technical Director of Chateau Pétrus. The grapes of Shoresh 2014 are sourced from small blocks of rocky soil from our estate grown Shoresh Vineyard. On this shallow and poor soil the vines strive for nutrition, which results in concentrated grapes with an array of flavors. This is a rich blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (53%), Syrah (43%), and Petit Verdot (4%) showing flavors of dark fruit and spices. The wine shows beautiful and harmonious texture. Shoresh 2014 was bottled after an aging period of 16 months in French oak barriques. The wine could be enjoyed now and will continue to improve in the bottle for many years to come.” producer website

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Tzora Vineyards:
"Excellent wine begins in the vineyard. The most important aspect of winemaking is growing quality grapes". Ronnie James had spent years to allocate the finest terroirs in the Judean Hills, west of Jerusalem. Today, Tzora Vineyards owns three vineyards; Giv'at Hachalukim, Shoresh and Neve Ilan, each with varying soils and meso-climates. The Judean Hills rise sharply from the coastal plain, and... Read more
"Excellent wine begins in the vineyard. The most important aspect of winemaking is growing quality grapes". Ronnie James had spent years to allocate the finest terroirs in the Judean Hills, west of Jerusalem. Today, Tzora Vineyards owns three vineyards; Giv'at Hachalukim, Shoresh and Neve Ilan, each with varying soils and meso-climates. The Judean Hills rise sharply from the coastal plain, and exhibit ideal growing conditions for growing wine grapes. Man made terraces cling to this rugged area in a multitude of directions as they follow the contours of the steep slopes. Cold winters, sharp temperature drop during the short summer nights and early morning summer mists, as well as variations in soils from rocky limestone outcrops to ones rich in minerals, all contribute to the character, the balance and the great longevity of the wines. Read less

A Bordeaux-Rhone Blend Meets Ancient Terroir With a Petrus Hand "Shoresh 2014 is a result of a joint work with our consultant, Mr. Jean-Claude Berrouet, the preceding Technical Director of Chateau Pétrus. The grapes of Shoresh 2014 are sourced from small blocks of rocky soil from our estate grown Shoresh Vineyard. On this shallow and poor soil the vines strive for nutrition, which results in concentrated grapes with an array of flavors. This is a rich blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (53%), Syrah (43%), and Petit Verdot (4%) showing flavors of dark fruit and spices. The wine shows beautiful and harmonious texture. Shoresh 2014 was bottled after an aging period of 16 months in French oak barriques. The wine could be enjoyed now and will continue to improve in the bottle for many years to come.” producer website

Dietary Information: Kosher


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