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Here are several hundred reviews of kosher wine and spirits by Yehoshua Werth.
#398 2015 La Fille Bouchert Cabernet Sauvignon: "...leaning very ripe strawberry, with the seeds, though, like you bit into them...just enough fruit to fill the mouth."Yehoshua Werth is the General Manager at The Grapevine Wine and Spirits, located in Wesley Hills New York.
#49 Bear Hug Infusion Cranberry: "...before you break into a cranberry, it almost has a fruity steel: you get more dominant that instead of the alcohol."
#164 2011 Gvaot Gofna Pinot Noir: "I get a little more purple from this, a little more red from the previous vintage."
#432A 2016 Yarden Gewirztraminer: "Guava, guava, guava...no lychee...hmmmm maybe a litttle bit of lychee."
#340 2012 Chateunuff Du Pape: "I imagine this one is going to need some serious aerating."
#150 Smooth Ambler Contradiction Bourbon: "Mildly spiced. Subtly wooded. Butterscotch. Not caramel."
#246 1996 Herzog Alexander Valley Chalk Hill Cabernet Sauvignon: "Kind of a chocolatey thing going on...a little bit of a floor, fungal mushroom things going on...and, huh! Cherry skin!"
#187 2010 Tura Shiraz: "...this, like, goopy thick rice pudding thing going on."
#188 2012 Dalton Semillion Single Vineyard: "Mmm. Snappy one. On the finish, it's alive! But yet at the same time it's not making me ssslurppp!--you know, like, suck in my cheeks."
#122 Xicaru Mezcal: "You ever have someone trying to make fire and they're like cracking stones together? Imagine wrapping those stones in leaves, kind of gives that pop of smoke off the leaves and you get that fresh stone, like you're walking along a path next to a stream vibe."
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