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Jay’s Picks

• Baron Herzog Pink Pinot Grigio—lively, with a touch of sweetness.
• Baron Herzog Pinot Noir—light elegant red, amenable with a wide variety of dishes.
• Herzog Basin Vineyards, Limited release—rich, complex, for a big flavorful dish.
• Chateau Haut-Condissas—classic Medoc from a petit chateau.
• Baron Rothschild Haut Medoc, latest vintage—classic Rothschild, best ever.
• Chateau Moulin—rich, similar St. Julian quality as its bigger brother, Leoville.
• Cellar Dauphines Rhone —lovely, light, and delicious, and priced right, too.
• Chateauneuf Du Pape—a classic of this region and from a great producer.
• Barkan Classic, Malbec—traditionally grown in Bordeaux, now in Israel, and very tasty.
• Or Haganuz, French Blend—very complex and rich in body. Worth the money.
• Shiloh, Legend II—If you loved his Legend I, this will blow you away.
• Tabor, Sauvignon Blanc—Don’t let the screw-cap scare you; a fresh, lively wine.
• Tulip, Black Tulip, Super premium—Get it if you can. Limited quantities were made.
• Terra Di Seta, Chianti classico and reserva—100% Sangiovese reserve, aged in oak longer. Both Classic Chiantis are highly rated. The only all-kosher winery in Italy.
New Zealand:
• Goose Bay, Blanc De Pinot Noir, pink and dry—perfect with fish to start the meal.
• Goose Bay, Reserve Fume—Like its sister S.B., only richer, fuller, and longer finish.

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