On my blog: http://kosherwinemusings.com/2008/08/08/tzora-goose-bay-and-rothberg-cellars/
I wrote this TN:
Tzora Single Vineyard Shoresh 2004 - Score A-
The nose on this garnet colored wine (100% Merlot) is laden with red berries, mineral aromas, cherry, and wood. The mouth on this medium bodied wine starts with tight tannins - though integrating and a strong and slightly complex attack of black cherry, and blackberry. The middle is filled with green, earth, and licorice. The finish is long and woodsy. This has changed since I last tasted it. If tasting blindly - I would have thought this to be a Cabernet Sauvignon. The licorice was a giveaway that it was not a cab - but still the earth, dense fruit, and cab like fruit - makes made do a double take.