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Yasmin red Mevushal 2012 - 87 points, Wine Enthusiast/ Cherry, clove and freesia aromas give way to flavors of cherry, mint, anise and clove. Well... Read more

Located in Israel’s Hefer Valley, the Recanati Winery is a showcase winemaking facility, equipped with the most innovative technology available tod... Read more

Yasmin Red Mevushal 2013 - 90 points, Wine & Spirits/ If only more Israeli wines were like this: fresh and unadorned with oak. A blend of 80 perce... Read more

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External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
03/19/2014

Yasmin red Mevushal 2012 - 87 points, Wine Enthusiast/ Cherry, clove and freesia aromas give way to flavors of cherry, mint, anise and clove. Well-integrated fruit and spice notes, good mouthfeel and tannins that stop just shy of chewy continue to the lasting finish. Mevushal.


External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
08/13/2013

Located in Israel’s Hefer Valley, the Recanati Winery is a showcase winemaking facility, equipped with the most innovative technology available today. Owned by Lenny Recanati, a native of Israel with ancestral roots stretching back to Italy, the winery is the fruit of Lenny’s life-long dream to produce truly world-class wines. Chief winemaker is Gil Shatsberg, a graduate of the U.C. Davis wine program. Formerly a winemaker at Israel’s Amphorae and Carmel wineries, Gil brings to Recanati proven expertise in his field, allied to a devotion to artistry and craftsmanship in winemaking. The Recanati Yasmin series of wines is specifically produced to be “mevushal” – keeping it kosher, regardless of who serves it, an important consideration for kosher caterers and restaurants. Recanati wines are certified kosher . Production Area Jezreel valley and Lachish vineyards, Israel Grape Varieties 80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot Vinification After primary and malolactic fermentations, the wine is flash-pasteurized by an in-line procedure and then immediately cooled to normal bottling temperature (about 65°F). Color An appealing ruby red Bouquet Lively, youthful, fruit-filled fragrance Taste Supple and medium-bodied, with an abundance of ripe red berry fruit. Alcohol 13% Serving Suggestions A wonderful all-occasion red. Extremely versatile, this is a wine that will complement a wide array of dishes, especially meat and poultry.


External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
09/26/2014

Yasmin Red Mevushal 2013 - 90 points, Wine & Spirits/ If only more Israeli wines were like this: fresh and unadorned with oak. A blend of 80 percent cabernet sauvignon and 20 percent merlot, it’s sunny and bright, balanced between herbal notes and juicy black fruit, ripe but not overly so. It’s not complex, but it’s a well made everyday red. And it also happens to be mevushal.


External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
07/20/2011

/ With faily muted fruit flavors and a hint of green pepper, this lighter-bodied and easy-drinking wine will pair well with most meat or chicken entrees. Flash-pasteurized and mevushal, this is a blend of 50% Cab, 30% Merlot and 20% Shiraz.


External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
07/20/2011

Yasmin Red Mevushal 2008 - Wine Advocate/ ... pleasant and straightforward. Light and clean, with some sweet fruit.


External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
07/20/2011

Recanati Yasmin Red – 87 points & Best Buy, Wine Enthusiast/ Year after year, the Yasmin line from Recanati proves itself to be a fantastic value, and the 2009s are no exception. This 60% Merlot-40% Cabernet Sauvignon blend is fruit-driven but appropriately spiced with a lovely mocha-infused finish. The silky texture offers approachable, dusty tannins integrated throughout the medium-weight mouth.


External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
04/08/2011

Located in Israel’s Hefer Valley, the Recanati Winery is a showcase winemaking facility, equipped with the most innovative technology available today. Owned by Lenny Recanati, a native of Israel with ancestral roots stretching back to Italy, the winery is the fruit of Lenny’s life-long dream to produce truly world-class wines. Chief winemaker is Gil Shatsberg, a graduate of the U.C. Davis wine program. Formerly a winemaker at Israel’s Amphorae and Carmel wineries, Gil brings to Recanati proven expertise in his field, allied to a devotion to artistry and craftsmanship in winemaking. The Recanati Yasmin series of wines is specifically produced to be “mevushal” – keeping it kosher, regardless of who serves it, an important consideration for kosher caterers and restaurants. Recanati wines are certified kosher . Production Area Jezreel valley and Lachish vineyards Grape Varieties 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 20% Shiraz Vinification After primary and malolactic fermentations, the wine is flash-pasteurized by an in-line procedure and then immediately cooled to normal bottling temperature (about 65°F). Color An appealing ruby red Bouquet Lively, youthful, fruit-filled fragrance Taste Supple and medium-bodied, with an abundance of ripe red berry fruit. Serving Suggestions A wonderful all-occasion red. Extremely versatile, this is a wine that will complement a wide array of dishes, especially meat and poultry.


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