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60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot, 11% Petit Verdot, 6% Cabernet Franc, 4% Shiraz, 4% Mourvedre. The grapes are sourced from a special 29 year old vineyard located in Kerem Ben Zimra in the upper Galilee. ...
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The cool climate, rocky volcanic soil, and high altitude are ideal conditions for growing classic wine grape varieties Aging in French oak barrels for fourteen months balances the existing orange zest and ...
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The grapes used to produce this exceptional Merlot were hand selected from Barkan’s vineyards located in the northern Galil region. This Merlot has a deep ruby color with an extremely rich and full character. ...
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The Yarden Pinot Noir displays aromatic floral, berry and spice notes on an attractive background of French oak. This versatile wine goes wonderfully with mushroom parmesan, roasted duck, or grilled wild ...
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This high end wine is a Israeli Still Wine 2011 vintage from Galilee produced by Barkan Vineyards that is 750ML.
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Barkan Classic Chardonnay is produced from grapes grown at the winery’s vineyards in the center of Israel. The vines yield small crops and ripen early. Hand picked in small containers, the grapes are rushed ...
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The 2012 Gamla Cabernet Sauvignon displays ripe cherry and plum fruit notes with nuances of cocoa, French oak and fresh herbs. Exhibiting classic varietal character, this Cabernet presents nice body and ...
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Barkan Pinotage is a tribute to the variety originally developed in South Africa, which combines the delicate aromas of two outstanding grapes native to France: Pinot Noir and Cinsault. Barkan Cellars has ...
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The Cabernet Franc grapes were harvested in the Kohav HaShahar vineyard on the eastern slopes of the Jerusalem Mountains at an altitude of 600 meters. The wine was aged in French and American barrels for ...
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This wine was made from a blend of 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot, 12% Petit Verdot, 4% Cabernet Franc, 4% Mourvedre. The grapes are from a special 31 year old vineyard, located on the Dalton Plateau ...
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This wine is made from a blend of 75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Cabernet Franc and 5% Malbec. The wine was aged for 24 months in French Oak barrels. It has a complex aroma with an abundant taste of red ripe ...
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Grapefruit Wine has become of the leading products of the Morad Winery. The red grapefruits are squeezed and undergo a process of fermentation, after which it is aged for at least 18 months. It contains ...
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Shiloh Mosaic 2013 1.50l
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The wine has an opaque and dark purple color. It has intense fruit aromas, along with black raspberry, roasted coffee beans, and cacao bouquet. This is complemented with a complex and varied flavor: black ...
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Raspberry and blackberry jam characterize the Gamla Merlot, along with nuances of orange peel, chocolate, oak and vanilla. The attractive aroma and flavor couple with a medium body and tasty finish to complete ...
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The 2015 Mount Hermon Red presents complex red and black fruit characters with aromatic spice notes and hints of fresh herbs. With medium body and satisfying flavor, this is a wine to enjoy all week long. ...
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Israel has five main growing regions with the majority of wines coming from the northern region. Its temperate conditions make it ideal for growing. The Mediterranean climate offers a rather dry growing season – a blessing and a curse. It requires additional irrigation, but it keeps away diseases that thrive in damper climates. The climate naturally produces higher sugar levels, so winemakers tend to work on the acidity of the wine to keep it balanced.

Although wine has been produced in Israel since biblical times, winemaking in the country didn't take off until the last couple decades. The region's wine is made mostly from imported French grape varieties to produce both red and white wines. Drinkers often confuse Israeli wine for kosher wine. Not all Israeli wine is kosher, but the vast majority from the country has a kosher certification. Be sure to read the labels carefully if you are looking for kosher wine and keep in mind that Israeli and kosher and not mutually exclusive.

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