"Jeff Morgan continues to make one of the finest kosher wines on Planet Earth," said The Wine Advocate’s Robert Parker of the 2005 Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley’s Covenant Wine. A relatively small operation, the winemakers at Covenant pay individualized attention to every blend and varietal they produce. Covenant is known for its products’ incredible QPR, as well as their robustly-soft, velvety tannins that integrate well even immediately after uncorking. Read more about Covenant or browse our selection below!
Covenant Wines and Your Dinner Table
Covenant Cabernet Sauvignon is perhaps the finest example of the meticulous care paid to all Covenant Wines. The winery’s flagship bottle, Covenant Cabernet Sauvignon is produced using the fruits of a three-acre plot from the famous Larkmead Vineyard in Napa Valley. The varietal features notes of licorice, plum, and cassis with butterscotch, and pairs well with creamy pasta, roast beef or lamb, and grilled eggplant with Portobello mushrooms. Made solely from free-run wine and aged in French oak barrels for 18 to 20 months, Covenant Wines Cabernet Sauvignon is perfect to drink as is, but can also be cellared for eight to ten years.
Covenant Winery also produces a unique Laven-Chardonnay, as well as Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon under their “Covenant Red C” label. Covenant’s complexly-smooth Laven-Chardonnay features vanilla, pear, citrus, and hazelnut notes, and pairs flawlessly with duck and other poultry. Red C Cabernet Sauvignon offers Covenant Winery opulence at an accessible price point for any oenophile, and Red C Sauvignon Blanc is a twist on classic flavors with citrus, herbs, and passion fruit. Featuring a refreshingly-clean, crisp palate, Covenant’s Sauvignon Blanc is ideal with light dishes like seafood.
Beautiful young but with enough integrity to age well, Covenant offers luxurious quality at prices that are simply unmatched for the taste. Try a bottle of original Covenant Wine or Covenant Red C from JWines today.