The main thing I have to say is I have nothing to say. After a couple of weeks I can think of nothing that stands out about it. The aftertaste must not have been to (what I am calling the Israeli?) get at least a 3from me.
A nice light rosé', Moscato like wine. It shows a deep, clear reddish orange in the glass, with a nice fresh bouquet leaning towards strawberry. I find the palate round and smooth with no aftertaste. I find this wine not as full as there Brachetto; however, it is a good substitute when out of Brachetto.
What a disappointment! This was my first Israeli Moscato. The nose was pleasant showing pear and honeysuckle essence. The flavor however was tannic with a sharp aftertaste reminding me of acidtone or turpentine. Will not be buying again. (Of course it could be just a bad vintage run? The skins left on the leas to long?)
Very good lite read wine. Nice bouquet, clear dark red color with lite fizz. This is a sweet wine made for summer. It is not a heavy sweet as Concord or sherry's. Think Moscato. Fills the netch when I don't want to drink a heavier or more expensive wine. It's very easy to finish the whole bottle by yourself with out knowing it. Here's the kicker---it's Kosher.