It has been 10 days since surgery and all seems to be going well. Pain is subsiding, I’m not in a cast & I get my stiches out in 2 days. Is it possible I may be able to bath like a human being again soon?? I understand that if I commit to babying the wrist and remaining in my wrist gaurd that the doc may not require a new cast. WOOHOO!!! Two handed showers, here I come!
So wrist stuff is going well Wine Tasting Guy, but what up with the wine????
Plenty of wine stuff to discuss. And staying close to the heart, it is all Israeli wine related.
This past Friday night I opened up a couple of Bordeaux style blends from Israel. Both were from the 2003 vintage and both considered to be top notch wines from value wineries. I’m excited to report that both were showing complex secondary characteristics and were drinking quite beautifully.
Though the two have nothing to do with each other (Israeli wine & mevuhal), I just heard about some new MEVUSHAL Israeli wines hitting the market. Anyone who has followed my posts over time knows that I take issue with mevushal (flash pasteurization) wines (why would anyone want to heat up a wine?). That said, for caterers & restaurants, places where ONLY mevushal wines are allowed, new quality Israeli offerings are welcome news. I’ll report more as soon as I’ve had the chance to try them.
Finally I want to let you know about a wine tasting event TOMORROW night. Some information about the event can be found here. In a nutshell I’ll be leading a tasting of high end, small batch Israeli wine. Hard to find wines from Saslove, Sea Horse & La Terra Promessa wineries will be tasted. And as an incredible bonus, Chef Eran will be pairing these Mediterranean beauties with his exquisite cuisine. The tasting has only 5 spots left (as of this writing) so please RSVP ASAP if you’d like to join us.
Happy two-handed Israeli wine (dare I say even mevushal) tasting!