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Vines Viognier (100 %)

Color: Intense straw yellow.
Smell: Notes of peach, apricot, orange blossom, apple and spices emerge on the nose.
Taste: On the palate it is medium-bodied, complex and rich in aromas, while maintaining a fresh and balanced sip of long persistence.
Food pairing: Ideal for dishes based on fish, mollushci and crustaceans, but also medium-aged cheeses and Mediterranean and oriental cuisine.

The denomination: Galilee is the northernmost denomination and generally considered the best in Israel.
The highest quality area within the denomination is the Golan Heights (or simply the Golan), the coldest region in Israel.
The vineyards on this volcanic plateau rise from 400 meters (1,300 feet) above sea level to 1,200 meters (3,900 feet) and receive snow in the winter.
Golan Heights Winery is located in the city of Katzrin, in the central Golan.

Yarden

Golan Heights Winery is based in Galilee, in the city of Katzrin, on the homonymous hills. The first vineyard was planted in 1976, while the winery was built in 1983 by the will of four kibbutz (collectivist village) and as many moshavim (cooperative communities). Golan Heights Winery immediately distinguished itself for the production of kosher wines of great value, mostly produced on volcanic soils, strongly linked to tradition: their brands Yarden, Gamla, Golan and Hermon have labels depicting the oil lamp symbol of the ancient state of Israel. YARDEN is the flagship company of the group: its name originates from the Hebrew translation of the Jordan River. The first wine produced was, in 1984, Sauvignon Blanc. GOLAN takes its name from the Golan Heights, formed by remote volcanic eruptions. Its wines are produced to satisfy young, quality-conscious consumption. GAMLA wines are named after an ancient city that went down in history for trying to block the Roman advance towards Jerusalem. HERMON wines owe their name to the mountain massif on the border between Israel, Syria, Lebanon, whose highest peak reaches 2,814 m. HERMON wines are complex and structured.

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