With Passover around the corner, you may be thinking about the best wines to have for four cups during the Seder. You may want to considered two new options from Psagot, the popular boutique Israeli winery .
The latest addition to the growing Psagot portfolio is Peak 2014, a french rhone-style red blend, combining grapes the winery has never used before. This wine is less fruity than other Psagot wines and boasts a strong tannin structure that lasts through the finish. Peak is ideal when paired with a roast or grilled chicken dish. SRP $50
It was absolutely wonderful. I look forward to trying more. You can read my review on the above link. Please let me know which Psagot wines you’ve tried and your opinion.
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