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Golan Heights Winery Mount Hermon Petit Verdot Blend 2014

Ratings on Delectable

Victor Demydov

Surprisingly nice - goes well with an afternoon meal

Surprisingly nice - goes well with an afternoon meal

8.9

Solomon O. Lopez

A great introduction to wine from the Holy Land. The high elevation gives a balanced tannin structure. With a dark cherry, and hint of pepper finish, this wine can handle any type of meat or cheese.

A great introduction to wine from the Holy Land. The high elevation gives a balanced tannin structure. With a dark cherry, and hint of pepper finish, this wine can handle any type of meat or cheese.

9.6

Anil Saxena

I must have gotten a bottle that oxidized because it was not good at all. The nose was sweet and acrid. After breathing for 3 hours it still tasted like sweetened grape juice. I wanted to like this but not my thing....at all.

I must have gotten a bottle that oxidized because it was not good at all. The nose was sweet and acrid. After breathing for 3 hours it still tasted like sweetened grape juice. I wanted to like this but not my thing....at all.

6.8

Jill Judt

Very enjoyable, not at all over powering.

Very enjoyable, not at all over powering.

9.0

Chris Judt

Nice Red wine.

Nice Red wine.

8.9

Brock Janoff

Nice complexity and very drinkable. Bright red fruits and a fairly long finish.

Nice complexity and very drinkable. Bright red fruits and a fairly long finish.

8.9

Daoowd Mardinly

Quality , very good with steak for daily use and invitations , not hard or light

Quality , very good with steak for daily use and invitations , not hard or light

9.6

Kevin Willerton

Without character Not interesting. It certainly did not work with with steak and lamb.

Without character Not interesting. It certainly did not work with with steak and lamb.

7.7

Location

  • 4011 24th St
    San Francisco, CA 94114

  • Hours:
    Monday-Thursday: 11AM-8PM
    Friday-Saturday: 11AM-9PM
    Sunday: 11AM-6PM

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