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Napa kosher vertical
4 Mar 2013 by Jancis Robinson
I was recently treated to a vertical tasting of what may be the best kosher wine I have ever tasted (including the kosher cuvées of Valandraud). Jeff and Jodie Morgan's Covenant wines are delicious by any measure and showed impressive consistency of quality, if not necessarily vintage style, over the full run of vintages. Being from dollar-kissed Napa Valley, they are not cheap, but they are thrilling wines that can stand on their own two feet and just happen to be kosher. Jeff used to make the pink wine SoloRosa but these are deeply red in the main, plus a rather toothsome dry Sauvignon Blanc white for their Red C (geddit?)...

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