Month: February 2013

Kosher Food And Wine Experience

A review of the Hagafen Riesling 2012 and several whiskies including Angel's Envy, the Tomintoul 10-year-old single malt and two single malts from Glengoyne.
The 2013 Kosher Food and Wine Experience was held in NYC earlier this month. This annual tasting event is one of the best opportunities-along with their tasting events in London and

Kicking Off A New Year With Chablis

A review of some of the excellent white wines produced in Chablis.
It is always an excellent time to become acquainted with Chablis. Located nearly 100 miles south of Paris, Chablis is the northernmost aspect of the renowned Burgundy region although the vineyards are actually closer to Champagne than to the rest of the Burgundy.

Israel’s Upper Galilee: A Fine Winegrowing Region

A review of the Adir Kerem Ben Zimra Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 and the Scotch Malt Whisky Society Cask 4.153, 11-year-old Highland Park.
The Upper Galilee's lush landscape, meandering streams and magnificent mountain views make it one of Israel's most attractive winegrowing regions. Noted Israeli wine maven Adam Montefiore has rightly called it, "the Israeli Tuscany