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Avi Efrati sips the new wine series from Kishor Winery, a local winery with particularly successful wines



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Kishor Winery: Wines with character

Refinement and restraint in the fruit, significant presence of seasoning and avoidance of extroversion;

Avi Efrati from Basot Wines Kishor Winery

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Wednesday, 13 October 2021, 00:15 Updated: 00:20

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It is always pleasant to meet the wines of the Kishor Boutique Winery, from the locality of Kishorit in the Western Galilee.

Beyond being a winery that operates in a locality where people with special needs live who also work there, Kishor does an excellent job.

The wines, which all come from vineyards in the Western Upper Galilee, carry a Mediterranean style.

Their guideline, led by owner Richard Davis and consultant winemaker Itai Lahat, revolves around a degree of refinement and restraint in the fruit, a significant seasoning presence and extroverted avoidance.

Alongside these, all the wines have a character and also the basic ones where you manage not to feel banal and generic.

All wines promote value for money.

While these are not cheap supermarket wines but relative to the quality they are more than lucrative.

The qualifying wines can be obtained on their website.

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Skill, Red 2019

Without a few words about astringency it is impossible: a

red blend based on Cabernet Franc, Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon from vineyards in the Western Upper Galilee.

Fermentation in French oak barrels.

Purple red color.

In the nose red fruit and spices.

Light-medium body.

13.5% alcohol by volume.



Some?

85 shekels.



Best for:

meat sandwiches, pizza, pastas.



What the reviewer said: A

basic, relatively light red blend, with a fun fruit, quite abundant but not excessive and a pleasant sourness.

It is a wine that can, even worthwhile, cool down a bit and sip for enjoyment even on hot afternoons like the ones we still have.

Excellent with basic close-up.



Value for money:

4/5 (very good).



In six words: a

wine that runs out not long after opening.

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Skill, 2019 GSM

Without a few words about astringency it is impossible: a

red blend based on Grenache, Syrah and Morbedre grapes from vineyards in the Western Upper Galilee.

14 months of French oak barrels, 15% new.

Slightly ruby ​​red color.

In the nose red fruit and spices, a little black fruit, earthy.

Medium body.

13.5% alcohol by volume.



Some?

95 shekels.



Best for:

Minute Steak, Kebab, Steaks.



What the reviewer said: A

typical Mediterranean blend, in which most of the seasoning plays first fiddle, alongside restrained fruit and a distinct earthy tone.

Slightly taller than its predecessor, very gastronomic and better reflecting the trout.



Value for money:

4/5 (very good).



In three words:

Mediterranean in its incarnation.

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Skill, Viognier 2020

Without a few words about astringency it is impossible:

100% violet from vineyards in the Western Upper Galilee.

Five months aging in French oak barrels.

Golden color.

Very aromatic, citrusy, floral nose.

Medium body.

13.5% alcohol by volume.



Some?

95 shekels.



Best for:

fish, seafood, chicken.



What the reviewer said:

Aromatic, sharp and floral, with excellent acidity and good dryness.

A wine that is difficult to stop sipping, with or without food, and it is highly recommended not to consume it too cold.

The degree of complexity and its aromatic profile are greatly affected by this.



Value for money:

3.5 / 5 (good).



In three words:

local violet at its best.

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Skill, Boat 2019

Without a few words about astringency it is impossible:

100% boat from vineyards in the Western Upper Galilee.

20 days of fermentation and 14 months of aging in French oak barrels, 10% of which are new.

Slightly dark red color.

In the nose red fruit and plenty of black pepper.

Medium-full body.

14% alcohol by volume.



Some?

95 shekels.



Best for:

lamb chops, lamb stews and lamb.



What the reviewer said:

Fruit is restrained and refined, plenty of tingling spices, pleasant balancing acidity, charming softness and lots of character.

A restrained and successful Mediterranean food wine of its kind that provides excellent value for money.



Value for money:

4.5 / 5 (excellent).



In six words: the

beauty of a boat with a surplus of a hundred.

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Skill, Cabernet Franc 2019

Without a few words about astringency it is impossible:

100% Cabernet Franc from vineyards in the Western Upper Galilee.

25 days of fermentation and 14 months of aging in French oak barrels.

Slightly ruby ​​red color.

In the nose black fruit and flowers.



Medium body.

14% alcohol by volume.



Some?

NIS 100.



Best for:

steaks, stews.



What the reviewer said:

Well-built, spicy, non-extroverted, full of spices.

Like its predecessor, its gastronomic coefficient is high, making it a very worthy food wine.



Value for money:

3.5 / 5 (good).



In six words:

Cabernet Franc varieties are very successful of their kind.

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Kishor, Kerem Tefen Fortress 2018

Without a few words about astringency it is impossible: a

red blend based on Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and a boat from a single vineyard, Tefen Fortress in the Western Upper Galilee. 18 months aging in French oak barrels, about 75% new. Dark red color, slightly opaque. In the nose red, black fruit and spices. full body. 14% alcohol by volume.



Some?

140 shekels.



Best for:

beef and lamb stews. Large chunks of beef on the bone, long-aged.



What the reviewer said:

A well-built body, elegant fruit, precise balancing acidity, lots of spices, depth, complexity and stylistic restraint. All this goodness is present when this wine is still young. One-year storage will deepen and further refine the qualities. Three to five years is a priority. The flagship wine of wineries in the country is almost always too expensive a matter. With such a price tag, this is an exceptional flagship wine in its value coefficient.



Value for money:

4/5 (very good).



In seven words:

Buy, hold back, reset and rescue in at least two years.

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