Cabarnet Franc 2010/11/12


Dry red wine. Grapes from the winery’s vineyards at Mount Meron, Upper Galilee.

85% Cabernet Franc, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Petite Sirah.

Aged 18 months in select oak wood barrels.

A rich, full wine, with a dominant and elegant body.

Sweet fruit, soft tannins and aromas of mocha and hazelnuts.

Should be served at a temperature of 17-18 degrees Celsius.

Filling date: August 2012

13.8% alcohol content per volume.

Kosher mehadrin. Not mevushal.


In the “100 Best Wines” contest in Beijing, China (2013), the Cabernet Franc won an honorary certificate and a grade of 92. Furthermore, it was chosen as the Best Wine in the Middle East.

Won a silver medal at the TERRAVINO 2015 international wine competition.

Won a gold medal at the TERRAVINO 2013 international wine competition.

Was ranked in Winet magazine’s list of Israeli wines 2015.

Robert Parker’s Review – Score 91


The winemaker’s suggestion for accompanying food

Goes well with roasted meat, chicken and casseroles.