Ingredients: Sweet wine. 500 ml . 17.5% alcohol.
Vineyard: This wine was produced from 100% Gewurztraminer grapes.
Winemaking process: The grapes were harvested in a late manual harvest in vineyards in the Negev Mountains at an altitude of 850 m above sea level. Late ripening and harvest led the fruit to store an extraordinary amount of sugar. After fermentation and pressing, the wine was aged for 18 months in used American oak barrels. Controlled oxidation and late ripening helped us create a wonderful dessert wine.
Characteristics: with an aroma of roses and jasmine flowers, a long finish of chestnuts with a hint of pure honey.
Serving recommendation: It is recommended to sip the wine lightly in a small glass, well chilled and even accompanied by an ice cube. The wine is an excellent accompaniment to a meal of fish and heavy cheeses, dried fruits and dark chocolate. Thanks to the high alcohol it contains, the wine keeps well for a long time, after opening the bottle.
Ingredients: 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Shiraz. The wine was fortified with brandy during fermentation to preserve the natural sweetness of the grapes.
Vineyard: Hand-picked in late harvest from Halutza Vineyard in Ramat Negev with loess soil, 300 meters in altitude.
Winemaking process: After the late harvesting, resulting in increased sugar in the grapes, the crushing and the fermentation is then commenced at the winery. In the last third of the fermentation process, alcohol is added to stop the fermentation and preserve a portion of the sugar in the grapes. Then the wine is moved to Oak barrels in non-refrigerated conditions. At this point there is high acidity in the wine and that is how the unique textures are created. It is bottle aged for 12 months and only then is ready for drinking.
Characteristics: Red, fortified sweet wine. 18% alcohol. Rich, thick and full-bodied with a distinctive concentration of flavors, a strong presence and long finish. The wine has characteristics of ripe, black fruit, tobacco, chocolate and spices. Aged 30 months in French and American Oak.
Serving recommendation: Because of its sweetness, it is a great way to finish your meal, along with desserts such as dark chocolate. It also pairs well with strong cheeses like Camembert.