"This Côtes Du Rhone Red Blend is balanced, mouthwatering, and delicious. The nose has red fruit and good spice, with a touch of vanilla oak. The tannins are rounded and smooth." ~Winery NotesKOSHER, MEVUSHAL.
Named for the daughter of the largest Kosher meat family producer in France. The daughter runs a famous kosher restaurant in the Old Jewish quarter, Paris. This wine is a very dry red with deep fruits and medium tannins and a long finish. You'll enjoy this if you like an earthier, heavier red. Will
An improvement over the enjoyable 2012 vintage, this is medium bodied with notable but not overwhelming tannins. It is lush and fruity, and very appealing with notes of cassis, ripe dark berry fruits and a bit of cedar wood. It is refreshing and hungers for a meaty meal. Very quaffable. L’chaim!
KOSHER, MEVUSHAL" The nice Art Nouveau label on this wine shows it as the house wine of a well-known kosher restaurant in Paris. The unnamed blend probably is mostly merlot, with plummy cherry-fruit flavors and plush texture. " - Washington Post.