This is a dry red wine produced from 83% Shiraz and 17% Merlot grapes sourced from the winery’s vineyards at Mount Meron in the Upper Galilee.
It is a fruity, aromatic and velvety wine with a background of tastes from the lengthy aging process in barrels.
Won a gold medal at the – TERRAVINO 2011 international wine competition.
Won a medal at the international wine competition Finger Lakes NY 2013.
Aging – 15 months in select oak barrels
Filling date – March 2010
13.7% alcohol content per volume.
Kosher mehadrin. Not mevushal.
Benhaim Shiraz Tradition 2009 should be served at 17-18 degrees Celsius. It will pair well with strong cheeses such as Roquefort, and with meat dishes such as entrecote steak, leg of lamb, barbecued dishes and casserole.