EP 988 High End Kosher Reds Tasting

Gary Vaynerchuk tastes two new releases of Kosher wine from Spain and the United States and talks about the upcoming Kosher Food and Wine Experience in New York City.

Wines tasted in this episode:

2007 Capcanes La Flor del Flor de Primavera
2008 Herzog Clone Six Edition Cabernet

Links mentioned in todays episode.

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david burnstein

Hi, when will you do more episodes on Kosher wines? there are some great ones at Trader Joes, you should especially try the Terrenal Seleccionado!

Tags: cabernet, Kosher, red, review, Video, wine, wines

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  • Luke

    Virginia Tech wants to help you change the wine world! Come talk with us. We would love it.

  • ouch! stellar year and stellar wine, ouch!! 340 dollar bottle today, ouch!!!

  • I’m not picky if thats what you mean haha

  • hey Melba I tried the Stone 10/10/10 Vertical Epic tonight. It was good. Just wonder if one could get hold of the entire vertical in the US?

  • so you are saying that Gary should recline inte the couch today/night?

  • Maybe. I have to check my distributors. If not, I have some California and Colorado share friends that might send us a bottle or two.

    Did my links help you at all? Did you see my post to you?

  • Make my own Dan…Make my own. πŸ˜‰

  • Saw them. Still can only by the Noble at the store. Going to check the local Bishop Arms tomorrow after a visit to the wine and deli fair at the towns new congress centre. Tasting ,tasting. Have a nice weekend

  • Anonymous

    Alright Gary V, i have decided to make a huge commitment to you as i know you have made a huge commitment to us Vayniacs! I have decided to go through and watch every single episode from #1 and leave a comment/ or answer the question of the day! i know the comments “feed” your fire so hopefully 1000+ comments will help.

    now I’m estimating that its going to be close to 200+ hours of video so my goal is about a year to watch them all

  • Christiaan

    QOTD: Chateau Caillou CrΓͺme de tΓͺte 1947 ….. fell on the floor /cry

  • QOTD – can I say high end prostitute on here?

  • I found a 94 and a 01 Mondavi Reserve, BOTH Parker 95’s or 98’s I think, and BOTH corked.

  • How about some good old-fashioned Mogan David!! Too bad they still don’t make the Elderberry, do they? If you have any Elderberry wine, please send me a case. Thank you!!
    Smell it first. TR

  • QOTD: A used Mercury Mountaineer….LEMON

  • Anonymous

    1hr in and i am at the 1% mark

  • Anonymous

    Im at 2% at 2 hours now! Maybe it wont take a whole year!

  • Anonymous

    I give it a 97 sight unseen!

  • Anonymous

    That is just how I felt about a 2008 Cuvee Clos De Vaux Vendanges Manuelles Vouvray!

    I didn’t have to drink it because I could have Sniffy Sniffed it all night. Superb!

  • Anonymous


  • Randall

    Oh, she can cook, alright! Ask her to send you a pic of her turkey soup. I almost fainted, my friend… and I’m not exactly a “wilting wallflower” type of guy…
    I was Screaming for a nice Riesling to go with that…

  • Actually, I took shop instead of home econ in high school. I made my Mom a wooden turtle. She still has it. πŸ˜€

    Yup. I can make a fierce homemade tomato sauce (when I get grow the fresh ingredients watch out) I make a mean spinach lasagna. When I have the time, I love making soup from scratch. I just saw a recipe for chicken bouillabaisse that I am gonna try this weekend to make. I find it very relaxing. πŸ™‚

  • Thank you sir. πŸ™‚ I am beyond honored! πŸ˜€

  • @Anders – I see. If I could Anders I would send them to you but I heard sending international is a pain in the ass and it never gets through customs.

    Have a great weekend. πŸ˜€

    SMB Disqus

  • QOTD: we just bought 60 acres in Montana, when we went to drill a well for water they drilled 820 feet and NOTHING….Nada, no water, that my friend is $23,000 down the drain (no pun, because there is no water)

  • Anonymous

    Can someone please do a montage of oak monster appearances including the little oak monsters including sound please! Anyway awesome show, here I thought I was once again gonna get schooled on yet another kind of wine I’d never had contact with. Nope! Not this time. LOL. I love this show it even saves you money. This ain’t no ponzi scheme, this here, this free ninety nine.

    QOTD: The most disappointed experience was buying into the hopes and dreams of the Jets beating the Steelers, then to have them lose it by not showing up for half the game. One TD in the first half we win easy. Bah humbug!

  • Anonymous

    Vanishing French wine making traditions short film. A must see http://youtu.be/GPqDsLZTbwA WOW!

  • Anonymous

    Funny enough it was a bottle of wine. A $60 bottle of Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon. I think it was 2006. It tasted almost as if they had added water and sugar to make more wine with higher alcohol. Thats the best way I can explain it. I’m a big fan of spicy cabs… and have not found any wine that is more spicey than 2005 Arrowood Cab (amazing stuff – explosion of red bell pepper and crushed red pepper) The Caymus claimed to be very spicey (focused currant) but, although there was spice, it was just enough to barefly be detected.

  • true swedish customs is a bitch, they make us pay extra fot the alcohol when it’s from the US. No worries thou. I’m visiting Cali and Oregon in october so I might be able to find some to try. I think I put my brother on it to set me up

  • Randall

    …or some fellow WLTV fans…

  • Anonymous

    Good stuff,
    I’m on the same quest, guess I’m not the only nut out there.

  • Anonymous

    Uugh…nothing worse than $100.00 of meh wine.

    QOTD: So far, it’s my Blackhawks. The dismantling of the Stanley Cup is showing like a gooey- zit on the nose.

  • Anonymous

    It was ‘only’ 429 kr. (amazing how you remember the exact amount!). I know his wines are suposed to be great, but just don’t drink his big ones until they are at least ten years old.

  • Anonymous

    Beautiful, Yet Sad! Thanks for sharing. πŸ™

  • Anonymous

    Dislike! πŸ™

  • Anonymous

    Dislike! πŸ™

  • Anonymous

    Dislike! πŸ™

  • oh, why not πŸ™‚

  • Anonymous

    The Gary don’t like it (he thinks it’s not kosher). Sorry for the poor showing of these two wines. I’m curious to try some good wines from Israel, unfortunately they are not popular like other countries. If I have to spend a large amount of money on something I do a thorough investigation on it and then my wife has to approve. But I did buy hat stupid magic kit from kris angel that was a bust WHAT A WASTE OF 65$!

  • Anonymous

    Luckily I have not been disappointed with any large expensive purchases. I am often disapointed with expensive wines that someone recommends. They are usually good, but not much different from much less expensive wines. I have bought fewer expensive wines recently and not regretted it.

  • QOTD: I recently have been getting in Super Tuscan wines, so I got a bottle of 2005 Bibi Graetz Testamatta to take over a super bowl party at my friends house. This was a fairly expensive bottle of wine. Usually $120 but my local wine store had it on sale for $49.99. When I got to my friend’s house, we were only offered clear plastic cups for drinks. I couldn’t believe we were going to drink a $120 bottle of wine from a plastic cup!! But I didn’t say anything. The wine was very sour & bitter. I don’t know how much the plastic cup made a difference in the taste, but I did not like this wine at all. The host of the party had some of the wine; he never said anything to be nice, but I noticed he never finished his glass. It was a very disappointing experience & disappointing expensive bottle of wine.

  • Take home Tax Software…not that expensive…but still pissed me off enough to wish I hadn’t purchased it.

    Bought a Foxen Pinot recently that was a bit disappointing compared to prior bottles…again not too expensive but enough were I felt used.

  • Anonymous

    i noticed you started about 2 weeks before me!

  • Anonymous

    I am posting this film today because I feel it is a must see for the wine enthusiast. The film is an hour long but worth every minute. The last five minutes is is very stirring. To the Bordeaux fan you won’t want the film to stop and to the wine lover, this takes you places you may never experience. I have watched it for the first time and will keep it in my files for future review. Enjoy! Nostrovia!


  • Anonymous

    Awe… and I love Kosher wines too. Oh well, just saved me $200. Thanks Homey!!!!

    QOTD: It was my 360 bottle wine cooler I got. It came with the wrong parts and they shipped me the wrong parts 3 times ……. you would think for a couple grand you can get the right thing when you order soemthing in this world. Then it was alos the new stove at the shore house. Just doesn’t work. The flames don’t go high enough because the grate is too high off the flame.

    It’s one of those two grate covers the whole top type stoves and those grates are just way too high. You can’t even make a pot of tea. It doesn’t even get hot enough to boil water can you believe that???

  • Christiaan

    nice vid, tnx for the link πŸ™‚

  • QOTD: a $20 cat with $3,000 worth of heath issues. It was worth it though, he’s a happy little critter now.

    Too bad about the wine. That is quite a premium for Kosher—I wonder if a rabbi picked the grapes all by himself


    You can say whatever you want, I always doooooooo the dooooooo!


    Thnx for the thunder Dan! πŸ™‚


    Does anybody know where the thunder went ?

  • Shahar Golan

    QOTD: The most expensive and most disappointing thing HAS to be a wedding ring… πŸ™‚

    About Kosher wines, I think that there is no reason for them to be inferior to other wines, but since they target a market that will not buy other wine, then outside Israel, they certainly can be overpriced sometimes.


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