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Barkan Classic Petite Syrah has deep ruby color, with chunky, country-style tannins and a few cherry-berry fruits. A great lush wine that goes well with almost any food you can imagine.
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Montefiore Petite Sirah is made from Petite Sirah grapes, grown in vineyards of the Judean Hills, which climb towards the City of Jerusalem.Petite Sirah is a variety that first came to Israel in the 1970’s. ...
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Petit Sirah LEGACY is the result of careful tending of the vineyard, meticulous handling, and low, premium yields. This wine’s grapes came from a vineyard in the Ayalon Valley
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An abundance of fruit aromas. With an abundance of fruit aromas, the wine is produced from 100% Petite Syrah grapes from the vineyards of the Barkan Winery in the Judean Plains. The aromas which create ...
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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. ...
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Carmel Vintage is made in the style of a vintage port from Petite Sirah grapes, grown in the Judean Hills. It is fortified by the addition of grape alcohol during fermentation, and is then aged for 18 months ...
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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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