Wine Talk: Handy and informative

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July 8, 2016 23:33
Israeli wine

A new guide to Israeli wine including details on wine regions, kashrut, matching food and more. (photo credit: DAVID SILVERMAN)

 
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A new book about Israeli wine has hit the shelves. Called The Comprehensive Guide to Israeli Wines, it is a partnership between three highly respected figures in the wine trade: Sagi Cooper, Yair Kornblum Koren and Haim Gan.

Cooper, an experienced wine critic and wine judge, has his own popular website, The Daily Spittoon, which I follow religiously. He draws from his extensive knowledge to give great analyses of wines that are always interesting to read and usually enlivened with pithy comments.

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