The 2006 Covenant, another full-bodied, full-throttle, kosher Cabernet Sauvignon is deep ruby/purple, pure, rich, broad, and savory, with a bit more up-front charm and possibly slightly less structure than the 2005. But again, it is a classic from Napa and should age easily for a decade or more. Jeff Morgan continues to make one of the finest kosher wines on Planet Earth.--Robert Parker
Covenant may be the finest kosher wine made in the United States. The inky purple-tinged 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon (450 cases produced) reveals a pure nose of black currants and spicy oak, a beautifully-textured, dense, full-bodied palate, and admirable persistence as well as length. It should come close to equaling the impeccably high quality of the 2003.
Made from grapes grown in a single Napa Valley Vineyard, this richly textured wine connects us to the land, history and the longstanding bonds that come with friendship, family and tradition - Jeff Morgan and Leslie Rudd