Deep garnet towards royal purple color, medium to full- bodied, with tannins, appealing plum, wild berry and spicy oak, all with a pleasing hint of earthiness.
A wine made mainly from Merlot, from Upper Galilee vineyards. The wine has been barrel aged for 12 months. It has soft tannins and an aroma of plums, spices and red berries. The label features a camel.
Carmel Winery is the historic winery of Israel. It was founded in 1882 by Baron Edmond de Rothschild, owner of Château Lafite in Bordeaux. Carmel owns the two largest wineries in Israel, at Rishon Le Zion, south of Tel Aviv and at Zichron Ya'acov, south of Haifa. Each has deep underground cellars built by Rothschild in the 19th century.
Carmel Winery has 3,472 acres of vineyards, which cover the land of Israel from the Upper Galilee in the north, to the Negev in the south. Carmel's winemakers can therefore choose from vineyards with different terroirs from all the wine regions in Israel. Carmel has a particularly strong vineyard presence in the cooler climate of the Upper Galilee, from where many of the leading wines are sourced.