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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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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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A bouquet of raspberry, Mediterranean herbs and black pepper pave the way for flavors of blackberry, dark plum, anise and tarragon. Lasting tannins impart a light sense of chalkiness on the tongue that ...
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Yatir Forest 2010 1.50l
Sale: $163.97
Merlot (35%), Shiraz (24%), Cabernet Sauvignon (20%), Malbec (10%), Cabernet Franc (8%), Petit Verdot (3%). Judean Hills. Produced from grapes grown in the vineyards of Yatir Forest, and matured for 12 ...
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A deep, shiny purplish red color. The nose is full of scents of black fruit, mainly cassis, which lead to aromas of tobacco, rosemary, nutmeg and a hint of old leather. The palate presents elegant and balanced ...
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French oak barrels, some third of which are new. Bottled in February 2014, Yatir Forest 2012 was stored in the winery for a further 18 months of in-bottle maturation. Yatir Forest 2012 is characterized ...
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This Cabernet Sauvignon, shows excellent fruit flavor balanced with a well integrated oak character. The wine is ready to drink, and will steadily improve with age.
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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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Aromas of blackberry, jalapeño and oregano lead to flavors of black cherry, licorice and eucalyptus with a touch of orange blossom. Some may find it a little tannin-heavy for their taste, but a bright ...
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Shiloh Secret Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 is a luxurious wine a dark red color and aromas of black fruit and cassis. It’s a smooth wine, full of flavor and notes of fruit. It’s rich bouquet of tobbaco ...
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A diverse array of wines are made by this producer including those from grapes Viognier, Shiraz, Cabernet Franc, Bordeaux Blend Red, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Rare Rose Blend, and Merlot.
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Shiloh Mosaic 2013 1.50l
Sale: $133.97
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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It has an intense purple red color, with characteristic orange tones at its margins and an aroma of ripe fruit, with plum jam and caramel scents. Its moderate sweetness and heavy and concentrated body make ...
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Produced from only Shiraz grapes. Vines grown on the winery’s vineyards are planted in ancient limestone terraces in the mountains located North of Jerusalem, 900 meters (almost 3000 feet) above sea level. ...
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A nice purple hue. Very powerful on the nose, milk chocolate with strawberry and raspberry, a hint of lime, and even a gentle aroma of thyme and fresh oregano. Another swirl reveals hints of roast nuts ...
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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.

Browse our selection of Israeli wines online at Wine Chateau for hundreds of choices available for order by the bottle or by the case.

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