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Yarden Mount Hermon White Israel Kosher 2011

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"Displays a refreshing mix of citrus, floral, papaya and melon characters. Bright and flavorful, this medium-bodied wine is a crowd-pleaser. We like nothing better than to drink Yarden Mount Hermon White while dining al fresco, enjoying the freshest catch-of-the-day, hot and smoky, just off the grill. Some have even been known to add a dash of crème de cassis for an enjoyable "Kir" to be sipped among friends. The Yarden Mount Hermon White is made mostly from Sauvignon Blanc, with Chardonnay and Semillon blended in for added depth and complexity. A cold fermentation preserves the natural vibrancy of these varieties. All of the fruit comes from vineyards in the cool, high elevation, northern Golan Heights." 67wine.com

Region: Israel

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Yarden:
Yarden is a brand of Kosher wines produced in the Golan Heights region of Israel. Yarden is the flagship brand, named for the Jordan River and depicting the symbol of ancient Israel, a tiled oil lamp. Yarden also includes the Golan line of value-driven, every day economy wines as well as the Gamla line and the Galil Mountain Winery line. The latter is a joint venture of Golan Heights Winery and Kibbutz Yiron. 

"Displays a refreshing mix of citrus, floral, papaya and melon characters. Bright and flavorful, this medium-bodied wine is a crowd-pleaser. We like nothing better than to drink Yarden Mount Hermon White while dining al fresco, enjoying the freshest catch-of-the-day, hot and smoky, just off the grill. Some have even been known to add a dash of crème de cassis for an enjoyable "Kir" to be sipped among friends. The Yarden Mount Hermon White is made mostly from Sauvignon Blanc, with Chardonnay and Semillon blended in for added depth and complexity. A cold fermentation preserves the natural vibrancy of these varieties. All of the fruit comes from vineyards in the cool, high elevation, northern Golan Heights." 67wine.com

Dietary Information: Kosher


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