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Posted By elizabeth On November 8, 2009 @ 2:00 am In Kosher Wine, Kosher Wines | No Comments
I have gone to wine tastings and confess to feeling completely baffled. I don’t sense the subtle touch of oak, the hint of vanilla or the slightly orange flavor. I did once think there was a rubbery taste that remind me of the tires of our car on a hot summer’s day and was told that was actually true!! I also can’t tell what should be paired with beef or lamb or salmon or trout, let alone, as one label suggests, what goes perfectly with pound cake! I just know what I like. Or in this case, what my husband likes (I’m a fizzy Moscato D’Asti girl myself). He recommends:
Weinstock Select Cabernet Sauvignon
The Tishbi Winery Cabernets and, if you feel like splurging,
The Castel Grand Vin. L’Chaim!
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