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Pinchas L

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by Pinchas L » Sun Aug 04, 2019 1:14 am

Sometimes the distinction between what I'd call smooth and what I'd call flat is very thin. Case in point I had the Tzora Shoresh 2014 and the Vitkin Special Edition Israeli Journey Red 2016, and I felt one was flat and the other smooth. And which of the two is what, keeps changing.
As for the white, there was no ambiguity there. I had the Tzora Shoresh White 2014, produced of Sauvignon Blanc. The tight grained barrel provides plenty of nuanced undercurrents to the plentiful tropical and summer fruit floating above.

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Pinchas

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