Israel

Wine has been produced in the Land of Israel since biblical times.Today, Israeli wine making takes place in five vine-growing regions: Galil (Galilee, including the Golan Heights);the Judean Hills, surrounding the city of Jerusalem; Shimshon (Samson), located between the Judean Hills and the Coastal Plain; the Negev, a semi-arid desert region; and the Sharon plain near the Mediterranean coast and just south of Haifa, which is the largest grape growing area in Israel. 

Clos de Gat Chardonnay, Judean Hills, Israel, 2016
Clos de Gat
Clos de Gat Chardonnay 2016
Clos de Gat Chardonnay, Judean Hills, Israel, 2016  Grape: 100% Chardonnay fermented in French oak barrels where it's kept on the lees for 12 months  This unfiltered dry white wine is elegant and complex, with hints of spice,...
£37.00
Clos de Gat Chardonnay 2018
Clos de Gat
Clos de Gat Chardonnay 2018
Clos de Gat Chardonnay, Jordan Hills, Israel, 2018    100% Chardonnay fermented in French oak barrels where it's kept on the lees for 12 months  This unfiltered dry white wine is elegant and complex, with hints of spice,...
£29.00
Har el Syrah Clos de Gat 2016
Clos de Gat
Har el Syrah Clos de Gat 2016
Har'el Syrah, Clos de Gat, Judean Hills, Israel, 2016  Grape: Handpicked 100% Syrah aged for 16 months in oak (30% new French barrels). Eyal Rotem's Clos du Gat winery is situated in the Ayalon Valley, about 30 miles due west of Jerusalem. The...
£21.00