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New addition to Recanati's winemaking team

by Yossie Horwitz » Tue Jun 12, 2012 6:45 pm

After 7 years of working at the winery Recanati's longtime Cellarmaster, Kobi Arbiv has been promoted to "winemaker", joining winemakers Git Gil Shatsberg & Ido Lewinsohn as a full-fledged member of the team. Anyone who has met Kobi, or tasted some of his delightful Mia Luche wines already knows that this is a well-deserved honor. I look forward to seeing his influence on the wines and continuing to enjoy his Mia Luche wines (given that Ido also has his owne "winery" - Lewinsohn, I assume [and hope] Kobi will continue to produce his wines as well.
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Re: New addition to Recanati's winemaking team

by Gabriel Geller » Wed Jun 13, 2012 4:44 am

Never heard before of Arbiv's Mia Luce. Does he have a kashrut certification? I've looked it up and Arbiv seems to be following the path of israeli/mediterranean wine with his blends of Merlot and Carignan (Rosso 2009) and Carignan/Petite Sirah (Rosso 2010). The choice of the name "Rosso" is a bit surprising as it's also the name of Lueria's second red wine. Arbiv may have thought using the name before them , the Lueria was named "Rouge" before they changed it to "Rosso" for the 2008 vintage.
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Re: New addition to Recanati's winemaking team

by David Raccah » Wed Jun 13, 2012 4:56 am

Mia Luche means My Light and indeed the winery sells mostly to restaurants and some individuals. I too did not think this winery was kosher. Either way, another small winery to look into.

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Re: New addition to Recanati's winemaking team

by Yossie Horwitz » Wed Jun 13, 2012 9:45 am

Official certification from 2011 vintage.
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Re: New addition to Recanati's winemaking team

by Yehoshua Werth » Wed Jun 13, 2012 6:45 pm

Forward thinking is what I see with Recanati.

May developing some new sections for each maker or just a Good Chulent of minds to create a masterpiece.

Will wait and see if the winery grows to another level as the scores and Reviews that are coming on Israel in General are stunning to me.
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