Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Verdot and Petite Syrah.
Cabernet Sauvignon 45% - Syrah 36% - Grenache 10% - Cabernet Franc %
Grape Juice for Kiddush and Pesach
An Israeli winery is making wine from a nearly extinct species of...
The wine is produced under strict controlled conditions from top-quality grapes of the winery, from vineyards in the Upper Galilee (85%) and Kiryat Anavim (15%). The final blend combines vigorous wines made in new oak casks after aging an additional six months,
Petite Sirah is a dark rich wine, the nose is richly aromatic with notes of lavender, black olives and vanilla, with notes of old world complexity. The wine velvety on the palate and has a long creamy finish.
RESERVE 4990 In the Hebrew year 4990, the Ramban was looking forward to leaving his home in Spain and immigrating to Jerusalem. Forty years later he arrived and renewed Jewish community life. The wine industry was revived, and became the basis for commercial production of wine in modern Israel.