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The 2016 Special Reserve white is a blend of 60% Roussanne and 40% Marsanne, aged for six months in 30% new French oak. There's a tinge of oak on the back end, but it integrates fairly quickly and well this year, although it always affects the texture. Gentle, round and harmonious, it has reasonable but only average persistence on the finish. It coats the mouth rather nicely with that caressing texture, but it does at times seem a bit too sedate, granting that these grapes aren't exactly Arinto or Sauvignon Blanc in profile. This might do well with a little more time in the bottle to acquire a bit of complexity. This may be the year where I prefer the Marawi. That may actually make Recanati happy, in a way.

Wine Advocate
June 29, 2018

A gorgeous Special Reserve, this shows off its superb mid-palate finesse, beautiful structure and a long finish. It is tightly wound and precise. The grape blend gives this some aromatic earthiness—maybe the Syrah most of all—but that is a nuance and an advantage. 

Wine Advocate
April 30, 2019

Deep ruby in color, this wine has a bouquet of cherry and sage. A network of strong tannins and equally weighted acidity provides structure for flavors of blackberry, cassis, toffee and lemon sorbet. The rich, satisfying finish is punctuated by a surprisingly bright finale.

Wine Enthusiast
September 2019

The 2015 Special Reserve red is a blend of 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Syrah, 17% Petite Sirah, 13% Carignan and 10% Marselan, aged for 17 months in 60% new French oak. This wasn't the greatest vintage in Israel, but Recanati picked early, avoiding problems that arose, said winemaker Gil Shatsberg. They created a rather refined Special Reserve. It's not the biggest and richest this year, but it has a sophisticated feel to it. This has that old-school mid-palate finesse, silky texture and impeccable balance. The finish is long and complex, filled with hints of beef, herbs and cherries, all mingled together. It ends dry and serious. This is an understated food wine this year. Some will like it even more for that graceful demeanor.

Wine Advocate
June 29, 2018

The 2014 Special Reserve red, set for release in September, is a blend of 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Syrah, 17% Petite Sirah, 13% Carignan and 10% Marselan, aged for 18 months in new French oak. It comes in at 14% alcohol. Of all of Recanati's wines, this is the one I expect to demonstrate, usually, the most upside potential. I'm not completely positive about this year, though. If anything, it is a bit too straightforward for the level, although the tannins are there. It has the most depth and power of the group, but not by a whole lot, while it generally lacks the brightness and personality of the Marselan and Carignan. Overall, this is still pretty good—so don't misunderstand—but it does need to show me a bit more in the cellar, acquiring some complexity and harmony as it goes along, to justify an uptick. At the moment, I'd probably pick the Carignan among the current releases as my favorite.

Wine Advocate
June 30, 2017

This dark garnet colored wine has aromas of black cherry and a faint touch of green bell pepper. Sleek tannins coat the palate as flavors of black cherry, raspberry, smoke, black pepper and eucalyptus cavort towards a lasting, smoky finish.

Wine Enthusiast
April 2018

Full-bodied, featuring refined layers of dried cherry, currant and graphite, laced with sandalwood and mineral details. Well-structured, with full, supple tannins framing the hints of herb, milk chocolate and anise on the finish. 

Wine Spectator
September 30, 2018

The 2014 Special Reserve white is a 60/40 blend of Roussanne and Marsanne, aged for six months in French barriques (30% new, the rest used). It comes in at 12.5% alcohol. This started to show well when it hit mid-50 degrees Fahrenheit. At that point, it had a touch of mushrooms and velvety texture. The mushrooms and earth gave way to fine fruit with a rich, lush feel. Then, it added some tension and grip on the finish. There's a lot going on here, but in terms of concentration and structure, it seems rather superlative this year. It finishes with flavor, tinged with a touch of metal. It will be interesting to see how this ages, but there is no harm drinking it now. It can still improve. We'll take the aging curve in stages.

Wine Advocate
April 2016

Juicy and rich, with lots of red plum and raspberry flavors that feature fresh acidity. Licorice notes show midpalate, presenting a finish that has accents of milk chocolate and paprika. Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Marselan and Carignan. 

Wine Spectator
September 30, 2016

The 2013 Special Reserve red is a blend of 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Syrah, 21% Carignan, 19% Marselan and 5% Petite Sirah; aged for 18 months in new French barriques. It comes in at 14.3% alcohol. This might not be as attention-getting as in some years, but it shows beautifully, crisp and often seductive. It grew on me steadily while it was open. The initial softness is cut by the underlying freshness, and some earthiness in the background (the Syrah asserting itself?) cuts the initial, straightforward presentation. Restrained, just a bit understated and beautifully balanced, this drinks moderately well now, but it can still improve with cellaring. It should make a great food wine, easy to drink, possessed of a rather fresh feel and not a hair out of place. It may yet be entitled to an uptick.

Wine Advocate
April 2016

Aromas of melon and barley lead to flavors of white peach, almond blossom and jasmine in this Rh?ne-style blend. A touch creamy with full mouthfeel, this wine is a delight through the bright finish, which offers a glimpse of pink grapefruit. Kosher.

Wine Enthusiast
September 2015

Violet-red in the glass, this wine has fragrances of watermelon and black cherry. Tannins come on strong at first but are undercut by astringent notes of cranberry alongside flavors of cherry, pomegranate, vanilla and French toast.

Wine Enthusiast
September 2015

Juicy and rich, with lots of red plum and raspberry flavors that feature fresh acidity. Licorice notes show midpalate, presenting a finish that has accents of milk chocolate and paprika. Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Marselan and Carignan. Kosher. Drink now through 2019. 1,900 cases made.  –KM

Wine Spectator
September 30, 2016

This deeply-colored wine has a bouquet of cherry, pomegranate and white chocolate. It has flavors of black cherry jam, anise, mocha and a touch of orange peel. Mouth-coating tannins provide a matrix for an interesting touch of spiciness that gives way to a final taste of pomegranate. Kosher. 

Wine Enthusiast
October 2016

Gentle aromas of citrus, thistle and marshmallow root yield to flavors of lemon curd and zest, marshmallow root, pineapple and a touch of laurel. A comfortable layer of tannins offers good mouthfeel, and the finish is zesty and refreshing, with a sophisticated savory note.

Wine Enthusiast
April 2014

A nose of black cherry, violet and vanilla paves the way for a grown up melange of fruit and savory flavors that include raspberry, cassis, brambles and smoked meat. Long-lasting tannins coat the palate through a finish marked by notes of berries and smoke.

Wine Enthusiast
April 2016

A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot with a small percentage of Petite Sirah and Syrah, this is earthy and gamey, the cinnamon and clove notes pointing it towards lamb shawarma for dinner.

Wine & Spirits
August 2014

Deep red-violet to the eye, this wine has a well-defined nose of blueberry pie and flint. There is a good mix of tart fruit and spice, with flavors of blueberry, cranberry, black pepper, anise and smoked meat cavorting amidst very soft tannins. The smooth finish is characterized by flavors of smoke and orange zest.

Wine Enthusiast
September 2015

The 2005 Special Reserve is revisited this issue as part of our retrospective. Still beautiful and having acquired some complexity along the way, this intense Special Reserve has a serious backbone, but more concentration and lushness than the regular Reserves (the 2006s were also reviewed this issue). Still a bit tight, this is acquiring some complexity now. It is very impressive on opening, even exciting. It is a wine that will certainly make some think it is a Bordeaux in a blind tasting. That said, it did develop a bit of funk that constrained my enthusiasm just a bit. It has still held well. Approachable now, it may not quite be at peak and it has plenty of life left, easily deserving an extension of the drinking window.

Wine Advocate
April 2016

The 2004 Special Reserve is 92% Cabernet Sauvignon and the rest Merlot. This is a beautifully constructed wine, showing tannic pop and steely earthiness, but it does still have a significant green streak. Although that has calmed with age, it is obvious enough so that if the wine were served blind I might?ve guessed it was Cabernet Franc. The focus and bright acidity, though, would make it a lovely food wine ? and the right matchup will blend with the flavor medley, too, and mute that aspect of it...it has a nice, juicy finish that I liked more and more. Overall, I rather liked how this has developed. I haven?t changed my opinion of its limitations, but its structure is quite admirable and it should drink very well in the right circumstances. It should easily hold a few more years, but let?s be conservative and see if the fruit keeps pace with the structure. Drink now-2016.

Wine Advocate
April 2013
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