Varieties: Touriga Nacional and Tinta Cao.
Vineyard: Central Golan Heights.
Winemaking: The wine aged for 18 months in French
Tasting Note: Displays an intriguing mix of cherry,
plum and floral notes layered with characters of spice,
chocolate and French oak. An attractive blend of two
traditional Portuguese varieties, the wine is full-bodied
Serving Suggestions: Try pairing the wine with
grilled steaks, braised beef with garlic, thin-crust pizza
Variety: Sauvignon Blanc.
Vineyards: Northern Golan.
Winemaking: Cool fermentation in stainless steel tanks
followed by three months aging in French oak barrels.
Tasting Note: Tropical fruits with citrus, light herb notes
and hints of vanilla and oak; complex and mediumbodied
with long fruit finish.
Serving Suggestions: Fresh fish, such as ceviche, tuna
tartare or grilled sardines. Also great with poultry, or
with fresh or aged goat’s milk cheeses.
Serving Temperature: 8-10°C/about 50°
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz, Petit Verdot, Malbec
Yatir Mt. Amasa replaced Yatir’s Merlot / Shiraz / Cabernet. The wine is comprised of 37% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 25% Shiraz, 5% Petit Verdot and 3% Malbec, from several plots in the Yatir Forest vineyards, situated 650-900 meters above sea level. The composition of the varieties varies from one year to the next, depending on the nature of the harvest and in order to accentuate the Yatir-like quality and the singularity of the region and its vineyards. The wines from the different vineya