Israeli Wine Lovers Message Board › New Meetup: Rooted in the Lower Galil - Tabor Winery
New York, NY
Announcing a new Meetup for Israeli Wine Lovers!
What: Rooted in the Lower Galil - Tabor Winery
When: Thursday, April 22, 2010 7:00 PM
Price: $36.00 per person
Quint, Miller & Co.
34 West 38th Street (between 5th & 6th Ave.) 6th Floor
New York, NY 10001
We enjoyed the Tabor tasting, that took place a few months ago, so much that we asked Tal to come back and present new and exciting Tabor wines as well as educate us further regarding the influence of soil on the grapes.....
The Tabor Winery owes it roots to baron Edmond de Rothschild (the owner of Chateau Lafitte) who established 2 wineries in Israel at the end of the 19th century. Baron de Rothschild established a village called Kfar Tabor, near mount Tabor in the lower Galil, and planted vineyards to source grapes for the new wineries. In 1999 four local grape growing families established the Tabor winery not far from these vineyards. The grapes grow on 4 different types of soil and we will examine the impact of each on the wines produced -- the essence of Terroire...
Sit back and relax and join other wine lovers at the Israeli Wine of the Month Club’s interactive wine tasting experience.
What is interactive wine tasting?
* Nine wonderful Israeli wines will be explored. Cheese, crackers and fruit also served.
* A panel of our Sommeliers/Wine Critics will describe each wine and guide you in exercising your palate tasting them
* You will be encouraged to voice your opinion about each wine and write elaborate notes -- be Robert Parker, Tom Stevenson or Daniel Rogov for a night...
* We will collect everyone’s tasting notes and distribute them via a newsletter. The newsletter will also include professional tasting notes as well as detailed descriptions of the wineries, and more...
When? April 22, 2010 at 7PM
Where? Quint, Miller & Co.
34 West 38th Street (between 5th & 6th Ave.)
The buzzer on the ground floor, # 6
How much? $36 at door
RSVP by April 21, 2010 (space is limited)
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