NOTES: If you like Pinot, you’ll love this! The coldest region of Israel is the Golan Heights. This 2013 wine was a surprisingly late harvest, leading to a luscious mixture of violet, berry, and spice notes with a seven-month kiss of French oak rest. This Pinot Noir is ready to drink (or saved for a special occasion!) and should go very well with plank-grilled fish, roast duck or other fowl with spices.
VARIETY: Pinot Noir
REGION: Golan Heights, Israel