I agree with Howard that this Golan series wine is good value for money. I might not, however, think of the wine as he does as "meaty". But then again, different strokes for different critic-folks. My own tasting note follows.
Golan Heights Winery, Cabernet Sauvignon, Golan, 2006: Medium-bodied, with caressing tannins, a gentle hint of vanilla from the oak in which it developed for six months and appealing berry, currant and black cherry fruits. Round and generous, a very good entry-level wine. Drink now. Score 86. K