Covenant Cabernet Sauvignon 2011

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  • Alcohol % 14.4%
  • Case Size: 6
  • Color: Red
  • Dryness: Dry
  • Mevushal Not Mevushal
  • Producer Covenant
  • Size: 750ml
  • Supervision OU
  • Varietals Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Vintage: 2011
  • Type: Table Wine
  • Kosher For Passover Yes
  • Region: California, Napa Valley
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Covenant is made from grapes grown on a 3-acre parcel of the historic Larkmead Vineyard in Napa Valley, just north of St. Helena. It is 100 percent Cabernet Sauvignon, picked at the moment when it was perceived that maturation was at its peak.
Beef or veal dishes, robust pasta dishes or full flavored cheeses.
A rich, exotic, distinctive style, with aromas of ripe currant, plum and blackberry, along with an intriguing new-leather aroma that plays in the background.
REVIEW BY WINE SPECTATOR

April, 2012

Score: 90



Dense, tight and concentrated, ending with a good dose of cedary oak. A shade sleeker, more svelte and less tannic than the Solomon Lot 70 bottling. Kosher. Best from 2013 through 2024. 450 cases made. –JL



REVIEW BY ROBERT PARKER

WA # 186 (Dec 2009)

Rating: 91-93

Drink 2009- 2024

Suggested Retail Price: $90



The 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon Napa (450 cases produced) demonstrates Morgan’s nice touch with tannin, as they are velvety and supple rather than astringent. The wine possesses plenty of dark berry fruit, spice box, black currant, and cedary notes presented in a lush, round, generous, full-bodied format. Consume it over the next 10-15 years.



Jeff Morgan continues to fashion what may be the world’s finest kosher wines.



REVIEW BY DANIEL ROGOV

Author and Wine Critic

Israel



Covenant, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, 2008: Impenetrably dark garnet in color, made from 20 year old, low yield vines, opens with near-sweet tannins that coat the mouth gently, and dusty wood, those yielding to generous black fruits and notes of both dark chocolate and licorice, with the fruits rising on the long and mouth-filling finish. Best 2011-2018. Tentative Score 92-94.. K
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Name: Eric
Vintage Reviewed: 20010 (Reviewed on 6/20/13)
Overall:
Although the 2007 and 2008 went over well at the Dinner Table in times past, the 2010 which I bought in an extremely difficult moment didn't fare so well.
It brought about terms like "biting" and "what I would expect from a very young Spanish wine".
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Needs to be 'left alone' for a very long time ( maybe 2 to 3 years earliest) until it's ready to "come out" and be "civil".
Name: Kosher Wino
Vintage Reviewed: 2006 (Reviewed on 1/20/13)
In the glass, the wine is an eye-catching deep royal purple with a seemingly inky viscosity. The nose is flush with aromas of sweet fruit – crushed blackberries and black cherries – followed by notes fresh basil, vanilla, lemon zest and toasted oak. On the palate, layers of dark chocolate, turkish coffee, dried herbs, graphite and oak veil notes black fruit. The body is full and packed with smooth and well-integrated tannins that provide a thick yet lush mouthfeel. The finish is long and tannic with a dose of tartness and spice. A big wine that is structurally sound and will last for many years to come. I found this one particularly difficult to pair with food and, in my opinion, is best enjoyed on its own. Enjoy!

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