Rank Wine Mevushal
1 Dalton, Estate, Petit Sirah, 2011 N
2 Dalton, Alma, Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Cabernet Franc, 2010 N
3 Galil Mountain, Yiron, 2009 N
4 tie Gush Etzion, Spring River Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot, 2009 N
4 tie Teperberg, Meritage, 2011 N
5 tie Lewis Pasco, Pasco Project #1, 2012 N
5 tie Recanati, Yasmin, 2012 Y
6 tie City Winery, Bubbie Red, 2012 N
6 tie Moses, Celebration, Sacramental, Red 2012 Y
7 tie Ella Valley, Ever Red, 2010 N
7 tie Teperberg, Terra, Malbec 2011 N
8 tie Cantina Gabriele, Dolcemente, Red, 2012 Y
8 tie Baron Herzog, Jeunesse, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2012 Y
9 tie Terra Vega, Reserve, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2011 Y
9 tie Beit El, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2012 N
9 tie Teperberg, Terra, Cabernet Sauvingon-Merlot, 2010 N
10 tie Zufini, Pinot Noir, 2010 Y
10 tie Yaffo, Sauvage, 2012 N
10 tie Dalton, Alma, Shiraz-Movedere-Viognier, 2010 N
10 tie Galil Mountain, Alon, 2010 N
10 tie Weinstock Cellar Select, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2010 Y
10 tie Gamla, Reserve, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2010 N
10 tie Tabor, Shiraz, 2012 N
10 tie Gamla, Reserve, Merlot, 2010 N
10 tie Carmel, Appelation, Cabernet Sauvignon-Shiraz, 2009 N

JEWISH WEEK’S TOP 18 KOSHER WINES COMPETITON
The judges used a 100-point scoring system; tallies were made after
each of three rounds of tastings. The tastings took place over a three-day period in February and were held at The Jewish Week. The judges tasted nearly 325 bottles of wine submitted by wineries from all over the world.