Barrons de Rothschild

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  • Haut Medoc des Barons Edmond & Benjamin de Rothschild

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    Varietal

    Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot

    Region

    Haut-Médoc,

    Bordeaux, France

    Supervision

    Rabbi Seckbach, OU

    Alc 12.5% / Red / Dry/ Mevushal

  • Les Lauriers Des Domaines Edmond De Rothschild

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    Varietal

    Merlot, Cabernet Franc

    Region

    St. Emilion, France

    Supervision

    Rabbi Seckbach, OU

    Alc 13% / Red / Dry/ Mevushal

  • Les Lauriers Des Domaines Edmond De Rothschild – Rose

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    Varietal

    Merlot

    Region

    France

    Supervision

    Rabbi Seckbach, OU

    Alc 13.5% / Rosé / Dry

  • Chateau Malmaison Baroness Nadine De Rothschild

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    Varietal

    Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon

    Region

    Moulis en Médoc,

    Bordeaux, France

    Supervision

    Rabbi Seckbach, OU

    Alc 14 % / Red / Dry

  • Champagne Barons De Rothschild

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    Varietal

    Pinot Noir

    Region

    France

    Supervision

    Rabbi Seckbach, OU

    Alc 12% / white / Dry

    Sparkling / Mevushal

  • Herzog Selection Rose Brut

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    Whether referring to the ageless blessing

    from Jacob, the Jewish forefather, or to the

    words of the Prophet Ezekiel, quality grapes

    and wine production have been associated

    with the Shiloh region for millennia. Because

    of this ancient, yet enduring blessing, the

    pristine view at altitudes ranging from 750

    meters to 900 meters (2,461 to 2,953 feet)

    above sea level, or an immeasurable love of

    the land, entrepreneur Dr. Mayer Chomer

    could not resist founding the Shiloh winery

    in this region. Established in 2005 and overlooking

    the astonishing view of the Benjamin

    strip, Shiloh Winery is launching extraordinary

    wines from this biblical site, the most

    ancient terroir in the world.

    Logo

    Strength, passion, internal force, humility,

    personality, greatness and the sovereignty

    represented by the bull constitute an

    integral part of what Shiloh represents.

    “Sovereignty is his ox-like one – majesty

    is his and his glory will be the horns of a

    re’eim…” (Deuteronomy 33/17)

    Soil & Climate

    All grape growing conditions for producing

    the best quality wines exist in the

    Judean Desert and particularly where

    Shiloh’s vineyards are located. It is a desert

    zone with the cold nights and warm days

    that create an ideal climate for the wines at

    almost 800 meters above sea level; it’s an

    oasis within the desert. A combination of

    limestone – clay soil, rich in sedimentary

    fragments and the altitude of nearly 800

    meters combined with the use of the latest

    technology provide the perfect conditions

    to create high quality wines that have been

    internationally awarded and recognized

    around the globe.