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Galil Mountain Winery Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

"The wine presents blackberry, blueberry and purple plum jam characters, on a background of cocoa and herbs. Deep red in color, this medium-to-full bodied wine is rich and elegant, with a well-balanced acidity and a long-lasting finish." —winemaker
$14.99 $11.49 (Save $3.50)

Galil Mountain Winery Syrah 2014

"Deep purple in color, the wine displays rich aromas of black plum, ripe cherry, and crème de cassis, with background hints of mint and tobacco. With medium-to-full-body, the wine exhibits a pleasant and long-lasting finish." —winemaker
$28.99 $17.89 (Save $11.10)

Golan Heights Mount Hermon Red 2017

"Mount Hermon Red exhibits fruit notes of berries and cherries, along with nuances of Mediterranean herbs, chocolate and orange zest. This medium-bodied red blend is vibrant and flavorful, making it a great everyday drinking wine. Ready to enjoy upon release, Mount Hermon Red will remain in excellent drinking condition for some three years from vintage. Give this versatile wine a go with grilled lamb chops, hearty vegetarian moussaka, or a plate of assorted cheeses." —winemaker

Blend: Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Merlot, Petit Verdot
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Golan Heights Mount Hermon White 2017

"Mount Hermon White displays bright fruit aromas of green apple, tangerine, lime and guava, with notes of fresh flowers and a bit of grass. This medium-bodied wine is fresh, vital and drinkable." —winemaker
$12.99 $9.59 (Save $3.40)

Golan Heights Winery Mount Hermon Moscato 2017

"Mount Hermon Moscato exhibits aromatic floral, tropical fruit, peach, lime, blood orange, and green apple characters. This lightly sparkling dessert wine is pleasurably sweet yet deliciously drinkable. Mount Hermon Moscato is ready to enjoy now, and is best consumed within some 18 months of harvest. The wine goes wonderfully with varied fruit-based desserts such as key lime pie, peach crumble, or an apple tart. Also, try using Moscato in place of Marsala to make an outstanding zabaglione. Mount Hermon Moscato makes a great addition to a festive brunch." —winemaker
$12.99 $9.59 (Save $3.40)