My most recent tasting note for the wine in question follows.
Largely because I have not written favorably about their wines, some at the winery are convinced that "Rogov hates us". Because one person from the winery has treated me extremely rudely on several occasions and threatened me both physically and in court, you might want some other feedback as well. Perhaps other members will join in on this thread.
While it is true that I may not have great fondness for people who threaten in public to spill a bottle of wine over me or even to break that bottle over my head, my tastings of these, like most of the other wines I taste, are done blind whenever possible in order to eliminate any possible bias. More than that, I write neither about the personalities of winemakers or winery owners but about the wines they produce.
As to the price being asked, best I can say is that I can easily name 100 kosher wines that I would prefer from both the quality and QPR (value for money) perspectives.
Hevron Heights, Special Reserve, 2002: Developed in French and American oak for 20 months, this blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Shiraz (65%, 25% and 10% respectively) shows full-bodied, with gripping tannins and very generous spicy and smoky wood. Opens to reveal some plum, wild berry and cassis fruits, those leading to a moderately long and generously peppery finish. Drink up. Score 83. K (Re-tasted 16 Mar 2008)