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Enjoy A Dry Red Wine on Shabbat

1 Comment 09 May 2010

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Yatir Cabernet Sauvignon 2006 – Yatir Winery is producing some of the finest wines coming out of Israel.   The Yatir Cabernet Sauvignon is a medium body, dry, red wine made from grapes grown in the lower Judean Hills on the border of the Negev Desert Region.  It is 85% Cabernet Sauvignon and 15% Petit Verdot, with its trademarked deep purple color.  Expect an action packed, flavor attack on the mouth initially, with layers and layers of black fruit flavors, and a long sensuous finish.  It should go great with any full flavored red meat dish.

Dry red wines should be served cool to the touch, but not chilled.  It is a fine new world  style Cabernet Sauvignon, which can be enjoyed by everyone, at the Shabbos table.

Goes perfectly with Rosemary and Garlic Baby Lambchops or Kosher Contessa Rack of Lamb Persillade

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Mark Glicksman is certified by the International Wine Center in New York City, and frequently writes wine reviews for publications.

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  1. Wine Tasting Guy says:

    Great choice of wine.

    Yatir (and parent company Carmel) are indeed making some of the best wines in Israel.

    Although not cheap, the Yatir Cab presents great value, especially as it relates to its more famous/popular/expensive big brother the Yatir “Forest”.


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