Excellent wine begins in the vineyard.
The most important aspect of winemaking
is growing quality grapes.
The Judean Hills rise sharply from the coastal plain, and exhibit ideal conditions for growing wine grapes. Man-made terraces cling to this rugged area in a multitude of directions as they follow the contours of the steep slopes. Cold winters, sharp temperature drop during the short summer nights and early morning summer mists, as well as variations in soils from rocky limestone outcrops to ones rich in minerals, all contribute to the character, the balance and the great longevity of the wines.