The Tulip Mostly Shiraz is robust and has a deep, bright red in the glass. Purple lights appear at the edge of the glass.
On the palate, the wine is full-bodied and round, with an aroma of black berries and eucalyptus. There is also a hint of mint and traces of roasted wood. Hints of ripe, red fruits make us happy. The wine is massive and dense in taste. The mouthfeel is concentrated and balanced with ripe, sweet tannins. The finish is long, with an abundance of black fruit flavors.
Manufacturer / Producer: Tulip Winery Kfar Tikva, Israel
Growing area/region: Galilee (Galil) from the Kfar Yuval vineyards
Expansion / Sweetness: red, dry, kosher / red, dry, kosher
Alcohol content: 15% vol. contains sulfites
Shiraz 85%, Cabernet Sauvignon 15%
Mostly is an up-to-date collection of blends, where the dominant variety gives the wine its name. These wines are aged for 12 months in French/American oak barrels.
This wine was produced from 85% Shiraz grapes from the Kfar Yuval vineyard (Upper Galille), and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon.
After a period of six months in the barrels, during which the wine's flavors stabilized, the final blend was determined in order to receive complexity and harmony. After creating the final blend, the wine was returned to the barrels to age for an additional six months. The wine was aged for 12 months in oak barrels, half of them French and half American.
This is a robust Shiraz with a deep maroon red color and purple edges. The wine is full bodied and round, with an aroma of black berries, eucalyptus, mint, toasted wood and ripe red fruit. The wine has a massive, dense flavor which is concentrated and balanced with ripe, sweetish tannin. The finish is long, with an abundance of black fruit flavors.
Food pairing: Cauldron food, lamb meat, piquant and flavored dishes, smoked meat