Psagot Peak 2014
This wine is a proprietary blend from the winemakers at Psagot, which means that the grapes will not be revealed but I'm guessing there is either some Syrah or Zinfandel due to the spicy nature of the wine. Its less fruit forward than most of the other Psagot wines but has a massive tannic structure that lasts and lasts on the finish. This wine can be drunk now after an hour of decanting or can be put away in the cellar until 2024. The wine will pair well with a good roast or something lighter like grilled chicken.