is known for distinctly Israeli wines
with quirky names. The vintage 2010 Romain is no exception. This wine, named for French writer Romain Gay is a red wine Blends Grenache 62%, Syrah 30% and 8% Mourvedre grapes. This Combination of three varieties creates a Full-bodied fruity wine, that is not at all heavy or pretentious.
The wine, in the name of French writer Romain Gary is a Seahorse Winery specialty.
The wine was produced from grapes Grenache 62%, Syrah 30% and 8% Mourvedre grapes.
Seahorse Winery concentrates on Syrah and Zinfandel varieties. This choice gives all Suson wines a special Israeli feel, while still being sophisticated wine choices. The vintner believes in the effect of terroir and all the elements that include. Sea horse wines are boutique products made according to French winemaking tradition. From harvest through pressing to the wines completion, tradition guides the winemaking process at seahorse. Believing this as the vintners guide even labor intensive production methods are used if the wine will benefit, fermentations proceed quickly with little intervention, compared to most modern wineries.
These special wines are made from quality grapes from known terroir. Sea horse wines are Israeli, in every sense.
Romain wine is made from Grapes from the Judean Hills, the wine created with little intervention producing unique grapes.