Israel is an ancient land, but its winemaking is modern—and improving. Gone are the days of domination by mediocre kosher wines. Today's best efforts from Israel are both kosher and non-kosher, emphasizing fresh fruit flavors and plenty of structure, as well as exhibiting an intriguing minerality that points to an emerging Israeli wine style.
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