Galil Mountain White 2018
|Grapes||Viognier and Sauvignon Blanc|
|Profile||fruit with body|
|Match with||Soft creamy cheese, chicken, vegetarian, tuna salad and white meat|
|Conventional, kosher wine,
Otzar Beit Din Shmittah wine
The winter preceding the growing season was warmer than previous years. As a result, the vine bud break took place earlier than normal, leading to ripening and harvest starting about two weeks early. Temperatures were relatively moderate throughout the growing season with no extreme weather events, enabling uniform and quality ripening. The harvest began at the end of July with Sauvignon Blanc grapes from Yiron Vineyard, and concluded at the end of September with Cabernet Sauvignon grapes from Misgav Am Vineyard.