Rank Wine Mevushal
1 Golan Heights Winery, Yarden, Pinot Noir, 2008 n
2 Dalton, Reserve, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2009 n
3 Golan Heights Winery, Gilgal, Syrah, 2010 n
4 tie Dalton, Reserve, Shiraz, 2009 n
4 tie Galil Mountain, Meron, 2008 n
5 Gvaot, Herodion, Merlot, 2010 n
6 Alexander, Alexander the Great, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2009 n
7 Ella Valley Vineyards, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2007 n
8 tie Bravado, Coupage, 2010 n
8 tie Saslove, Reserve, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2010 n
9 tie Adir, Plato, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2009 n
9 tie Saslove, Aviv, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2010 n
10 Shiloh, Legend, 2009 n
11 Dalton, Estate, Petite Sirah, 2010 n
12 tie Gvaot, Gofna Reserve, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2010 n
12 tie Recanati, Special Reserve, Red, 2009 n
13 Binyamina, Reserve, Late Harvest Gewurztraminer, 2010 n
14 tie Adir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Kerem Ben Zimra, 2011 n
14 tie Adir, Shiraz, Kerem Ben Zimra, 2011 n
14 tie Gvaot, Herodion, Vineyard Dance, 2010 n
14 tie Ramot Naftaly, Duet, Merlot-Cabernet Sauvignon, 2011 n
14 tie Saslove, Adom, Shiraz, 2010 n


The judges used a 100-point scoring system; tallies were made after each of three rounds of tastings. The tastings took place over a two-week period
in January and were held at The Jewish Week. The judges tasted 301 bottles of wine submitted by wineries from all over the world.


Michael Dorf, Chair, City WineryOrr Reches, Sommelier, VeritasAron Ritter, Kosher Wine Society Miriam Morgenstern, Wine Spectator
Yanky Drew, Kosher Wine Maker, City WineryAlison Nathan, Abigael’sYossie Horwitz, Kosher Wine ListMargo Bader, Winemaker Apprentice & Cellar Master, City Winery

Please note, “N” refers to non Mevushal wine and “Y” refers to Mevushal wine