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Covenant is made from 100% cabernet sauvignon grapes grown on a 3-acre parcel of the historic Larkmead Vineyard in Napa Valley, just north of St. Helena. It is an ageworthy wine fit for the cellar, but also is blessed with soft, plush tannins that make it easy to drink upon release.
90 Points, Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate:
"The 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon Napa exhibits a deep ruby/purple color as well as classic aromas of graphite, creme de cassis and black cherries. Full-bodied and dense with a beautiful texture as well as the potential to evolve for 12-15 years, this is a beauty." (Dec. 2010)
In Jewish tradition wine is considered a holy beverage. The blessing over the wine — or Kiddish — is an important part of many religious ceremonies. For this reason, a kosher wine at its most basic level is one handled only by strictly Sabbath-observant Jews. In addition, kosher wine makers are forbidden to use any products, such as unauthorized yeasts or other potentially non-kosher ingredients that might fall outside the parameters of kosher convention. Kosher wine makers can, however, use natural, indigenous yeasts, such as those favored by many top winemakers in the U.S. and Europe.