Sharing pictures from the phone doesn't seem to be working tonight, so no picture of this wine. [Oops; I lied, just AT&T taking their time:]
I tried a 2007 Yarden pinot noir from the Galilee in Israel, in particular the Golan Heights. The label says this was aged for 16 months in oak.
I hate to say it, but I didn't care for this wine. There was a sharpness to it. I aerated it, which didn't help, and even going back to it the next night, it hadn't improved. It had the usual pinot notes.
I drank less than half, but I can use the rest for cooking. Maybe I just got a bad bottle.