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. 

Har el Syrah Clos de Gat 2013
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Har el Syrah Clos de Gat 2013
Har el Syrah Clos de Gat 2013, Judean Hills, Israel   Grape varieties, 85% Syrah, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, aged for 16 months in Oak  Made in the Judean Hills this delicious full bodied Syrah from Israel is made with 15% Cabernet Sauvignon...