Psagot Edom 2011

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Psagot Edom 2011

The Psagot Winery is located in the Judean Hills, just north of Jerusalem and overlooking the Edom mountains to the east. Psagot's Edom is the winery's premier red wine, featuring a blend of Cabernet Sa...read more
The Psagot Winery is located in the Judean Hills, just north of Jerusalem and overlooking the Edom mountains to the east. Psagot's Edom is the winery's premier red wine, featuring a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (75%) and Merlot (25%). This full-bodied wine was aged for 14 months in French and American oak barrels, giving it rich and spicy vanilla notes that integrate nicely with the intense flavors of berries, black currants, and oriental spice. Psagot Edom will pair nicely with roasted meats, stews, and robust pasta dishes, or can be enjoyed on its own.read less
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Regular Price: $36.99

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Additional Info

Wine Specs:
Alcohol Content 13.5%
Case Size: 12
Color Red
Dryness Dry
Mevushal not mevushal
Producer Psagot
Size 750ml
Varietals Blend
Vintage 2010
Wine Type Table Wine
Kosher For Passover Yes
region Israel, Judean Hills
Supervision OU, Rabbi Babad

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Customers Reviews

Ari Reviewed on: 2/19/14
Overall:

Vintage Reviewed 2011

Nice, smooth taste, spicy notes, but well balanced and drinkable now, great friday night wine.
Greg R Reviewed on: 2/6/14
Overall:

Vintage Reviewed Psagot Edom 2010

Very fruity, well balanced, with noticeable tannins that disappear after 20 minutes or so. Very much ready to drink now, not clear if it will cellar. Overall, a decent effort, but not amazing.
Tom K 48 Reviewed on: 2/6/14
Overall:

Vintage Reviewed Psagot Edom 2010

Last week, for the first time ever, i saw some products of this winery in a local kosher liquor store in Melbourne, Australia. I know the owners and thought I'd give the Edom a go - Glad i did - certainly not the cheapest wine on the shelf, but had good body, character and depth - very smooth and rewarding red wine - and certainly one that i will not be ashamed to serve to any of my 'non-keep-kosher' friends/family!

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