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After careful hand harvesting, the grapes are de-stemmed and subject to a gentle crush. The must is cooled to 15°C en route to the fermentation tanks, which are equipped with computer-controlled punch-down ...
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After careful hand harvesting, the grapes are de-stemmed and left to soak for two days to fully extract their fruity, spicy character. A small amount of Cabernet Sauvignon is included to enhance depth and ...
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In mid- to late-September, the grapes are hand-harvested in whole clusters to maintain maximum flavor and aroma. Immediately after crush, the must is chilled and undergoes a cold maceration for two days ...
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Color - Dark violetBouquet - Complex aromas of ripe plum and black cherry mingled with notes of dark chocolateTaste - Soft, velvety and delicious, this full-bodied red will age gracefully over the next ...
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Color - Deep ruby redBouquet - A complex bouquet reveals layers of raspberry and plum intertwined with traces of black pepper, nutmeg and mochaTaste - Full-bodied and rich, with robust flavor of ripe berries ...
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Select grapes are hand-picked in mid-September. Following a gentle crushing, the grapes undergo a cold maceration prior to fermentation to preserve their rich fruit character. The resulting wine is aged ...
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Grapes are harvested by hand from late September through mid-October. Immediately following the crush, the must is chilled to 60ºF en route to the fermentation vats. The crushed grapes then cold macerate ...
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Color - An appealing ruby redBouquet - Lively, youthful, fruit-filled fragranceTaste - Supple and medium-bodied, with an abundance of ripe red berry fruit. After primary and malolactic fermentations, the ...
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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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