By Dave Faries


Dovev 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon


It occurs to me that, for the approaching holidays, a specific regional wine might be in order.

That’s right, something from near the Sea of Galilee, where (if a certain Good Book is consulted) water runs like sweet red vintage stuff.

Yes, wine has been native to that part of the world since before Biblical times. For much of the modern era, though, varietals from France, Italy and Germany dominated even the table wine category. But ever since the emergence of New World labels in the 1990s, aficionados have been willing to branch out.

And you may need to branch out in order to find Dovev...

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