Yarden's Pinot Noir can be enjoyed now, but storage under optimum conditions continue to enrich for some time and reach peak flavour in five - nine years from vintage. This red Israel wine
is the ideal partner for such foods as Smoked trout, duck breast, roasted meat and smoked cheese.
Cold temperature and 1 / 3 more than precipitation usual in March as well as April were cool.The month May was very hot, enhancing ripening. Because of this weather, the growing season was shorter then usual by ten days. Optimal conditions also lengthened the harvest and the grapes were picked at peak in each and every vineyard.
Yarden Pinot Noir wine of Israel
crafted from Pinot noir grapes grown in the coolest environments from the upper Golan. The fruit originated in 3 vineyards: Elrom, Ein Zivan, and some originated from Kerem ben Zimra. this fine strictly kosher wine was matured for 15 weeks in French cooperage, 60% new barrels .
The northern Israeli vineyards and is the very best appellation. A huge terroire includes the Upper and lower Galilee and also Ramat HaGolan where temps tend to be cooler. The grapes grown about this volcanic soil range 400 to 1200 metres above the sea and feature snow in the wintertime. Golan Vineyard
can be found within a short drive of capital of Golan- Katzrin.