This was served in a Sukkah before an Israel wine tasting. Fun. Light yello/gold in color. The nose has nice limes, lemons and slight wax. It is a blend of 65% Gewurztraminer and 35% Sauvignon Blanc. The Gewurtz was not identifiable and this drank like a Sauvignon Blanc. That said, it is a nice wine. The palate has nice minerality with some lemons and a bit of tropical fruit (Guava?). Good finish. It is not mevushal but it is kosher.
Visiting wine country? Why spend $250 per day in tasting fees when you can get the wine pass and pay less then half of that? 1 Day with the wine pass = $125+ in savings. 2 Days with the wine pass = $250+ in savings. The Priority Wine Pass