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April 10, 2014 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-04-10

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ZIP LINE & CLIMBING

Here's the reason behind
the name: It could just
be called a California
wine, and that means
it could have come
from many different
places in California.
But the winemaker
wants to show the
more specific flavor
of where it comes
from, the Alexander
Valley, located in
northern California
in Sonoma County.
It is a special
reserve wine, rich,
flavorful and com-
plex, with 13 percent
alcohol ($39-$45). It has hints
of cedar, black licorice, brown
licorice, and is a soft, full-bodied
wine. It's kept for about 14 months
in an oak barrel, which also gives
it some hints of vanilla, which is
extracted from the barrel's wood.

The Fourth Kos
We have all four sons at the seder
table, but at the end of the seder,
they all sit united as one. In that
vein, for the last kos I give you a
wine that can be enjoyed by the
entire family, including
lighter and heavier wine
drinkers.
Herzog Late Harvest
Orange Muscat is a
white wine that should
be served very cold
and is really delicious.
Muscat is a kind of
grape, just as Golden
Delicious is a kind
of apple. Orange is
a particular type
of Muscat grape
and is called that,
H E k.ZOG
in part, because it
displays some lively
: - _- _-AIN orange citrus flavor.
This is a serious
dessert wine that's
often drunk by
real connoisseurs, but can also be
thoroughly enjoyed by the novice
($19-$25).



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These wines are available at
One Stop Kosher Market and
Spitzers Judaica in Southfield,
Plum Market in West Bloomfield
and Ann Arbor, and other fine
wine stores in Metro Detroit.

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April 10 • 2014

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