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  1. 1848 2nd Generation Cabernet/Merlot
    $24.99
    In 1848, with the rejuvenation of the Jewish settlement in Jerusalem, Yitzhak Galina-Shor opened the first winery in Israel, in a basement adjunct to the Western Wall in Jerusalem. During the eight generations since its foundation, 1848 Winery continued to grow and gain recognition for its quality wines, re-positioned into several locations, but maintained a tradition of wine production as a way of life. The wine was aged in European oak barrels for 10 months. A crimson color with bright purple hues. Pleasant bouquet of fresh red fruit, green pepper, black berries and vanilla and tobacco in the background due to the contact with the wooden barrel. The wine has freshness and balance, medium body and a long, complex finish. Pair with pasta bolognese, sausages, cold or blue cheese. Learn More
  2. 1848 2nd Generation Cabernet Sauvignon
    $24.99
    In 1848, with the rejuvenation of the Jewish settlement in Jerusalem, Yitzhak Galina-Shor opened the first winery in Israel, in a basement adjunct to the Western Wall in Jerusalem. During the eight generations since its foundation, 1848 Winery continued to grow and gain recognition for its quality wines, re-positioned into several locations, but maintained a tradition of wine production as a way of life. Learn More
  3. 1848 5th Generation Cabernet Franc
    $29.99
    The Cabernet Franc grapes were harvested in the Kohav HaShahar vineyard on the eastern slopes of the Jerusalem Mountains at an altitude of 600 meters. The wine was aged in French and American barrels for 14 months after which the wine had characteristic qualities of the variety: spicy, powerful and impressive.The wine has a dark crimson color with black pepper, tobacco, licorice, walnuts and chocolate notes. Full body, velvety, with a long spicy finish. Pair with grilled salmon or BBQ beef steaks. Learn More
  4. Alexander Amarolo
    $129.99
    The special blend is composed of 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot, 7% Petit Verdot,6% Cabernet Franc, 4% Shiraz, and 3% Grenache grapes. The grapes in Alexander Amarolo were dried on mats for 70 days, using a special process under a special process under low temperature supervision (Italian Amarone style). The wine was aged for 40 months in a combination of new and old oak barrels. Learn More
  5. Alexander the Great Grand Reserve
    $189.99
    Grand Reserve Blend is part of the Alexander the Great series, produced in limited quantities and possessing unique qualities. Grand Reserve is a red wine integrating 6 types of grapes grown in the Ben Zimra vineyard (80%) and in Kfar Shammai in Upper Galilee (20%). Wine label: the bottle carries a metallic label adorned with an item of jewelry: a diamond ring which passes down the Shalom family from generation to generation for over 120 years. Learn More
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    The boutique bottling of Alexander represent owner/winemaker Yoram Shalom's tireless drive for perfection and his desire to create world-class wines that reflect Israel's terroir. Alexander Special Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon leaves no doubt he has succeeded in his mission. Sourced from the Upper Galilee, thought by many to be home to Israel's best vineyards, the grapes are carefully selected and only harvested at their perfect peak of ripeness and balance. In the winery, Shalom applies painstaking, spare-no-expense winemaking techniques to coax the very best flavors from the fermentation. The proof is in the bottle: deep color, aromas of cassis, roasted coffee beans and menthol, giant flavors of blackberry and fresh vanilla bean. Try it with a rustic lamb stew, steak, or even a Chicago-style deep dish pizza. Learn More
  7. Alexander The Great Cabernet Sauvignon 2009
    $119.99
    The boutique bottling of Alexander represent owner/winemaker Yoram Shalom's tireless drive for perfection and his desire to create world-class wines that reflect Israel's terroir. Sourced from ultra-premium vineyards in Galilee, Alexander The Great is considered one of Israel's finest examples of the world's most outstanding red wine varietal - scoring 90 points both in Robert Parker's Wine Advocate and the International Wine Review. With a brilliant deep purple color and prominent aromas of ripe plum, mocha and vanilla, this is reminiscent of an ultra-premium California Cab but has an earthy depth that could only come from an Israeli wine. The flavors include blackberry, cassis, and black pepper, with a lush texture and mouthwatering tannins carrying through the long finish. Pair with a grilled NY strip steak, crown roast of lamb or fine hard cheeses. Learn More
  8. Alfasi Cabernet Sauvignon
    $8.99
    Full-bodied, exceptional aromas, dark berry and cherry flavors, with well-integrated oak. One taste of Alfasi Cabernet Sauvignon will demonstrate why Chile's reputation for delicious Cabernet Sauvignon has been soaring worldwide for over a decade. Deep in Chile's Maule Valley, where the soil and climate is ideal for the highest-quality red grapes, winemaker Hector Saldivia crafts wines of incomparable richness and balance. With dark berry aromas preceding a flavor profile featuring cassis, cedar, and toasty oak, this is a red wine value you don't want to pass you by. Pair with rack of lamb, veal osso buco, or thin crust pizza. Learn More
  9. Alfasi Late Harvest Sauvignon Blanc
  10. Alfasi Reserve Merlot
    $10.99
    Distinctive character, soft, with plum and licorice flavors on the palate. Learn More

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