Yatir Creek 2015, a blend of Syrah, Tanant and Malbec. An interesting blend based on Syrah. Thick, purple color. Cherries and plum hints on the nose. Balanced, tanins already soft. Was a good companion to the wintery lunch we had. — 3 years ago
Recommendation from Jesse. Smoky, earthy, spicy. Needs to breathe before drinking. — 4 years ago
Love the blend — 6 years ago
If you are a Petit Verdot fan don't miss this one it's worth every penny! — 8 years ago
This inky wine’s nose is a strong blast of dark fruit, and I do mean dark. There is spice and oak, along with a strong element of forest floor, perhaps that of the Yatir Forest. The palate is fruit forward, dark fruit forward. The Syrah takes the lead, but the Tannat certainly makes itself known. There is a grapey note in the background which reminds me of Lambrusco a bit. The tannins are firm, but not as forceful as I expected.
— 3 years ago
Best Syrah — 6 years ago
So so good, lemon lime team up with deli style mustard to start off only to lay you down gently into some fresh green grass to finish. Very refreshing and can't help but put a smile on your face while you drink. The bottle will be empty before you realize it. — 8 years ago
🏅 Rating: 89/100 (3,9🌟)
Hot climate southern wine in style. Concentrated, dense, rich, heavy full body. Plenty of ripe black fruits, spices: black pepper, game and bit of smoke. Some reminiscent of Northern Rhone.
Syrah dominant blend with little Mourvedre.
High altitude single vineyard Yatir Forest. Aged 12 months in large oak barrels (foudres)
High quality Israel wine, serious wine making. On the edge between Old and New World. — 4 years ago
Smooth, deep color, simply delightful. — 7 years ago