Moshav Dalton vineyard
Our Syrah grapes come from this Upper Galilee vineyard in a north-facing valley north of the moshav with well-ventilated vines planted on reddish earth with both basalt and limestone elements.
Our Colombard grapes come from this vineyard in central Israel. This grape has an insipid reputation but we gave found that in the hot Israeli climate with the right viticulture to can produce interesting wines. The vineyard near the Taninim stream is planted on greyish, chalky soil with flint shards and is grown without any supplementary irrigation, unlike most Israeli vineyards.
The Snonit Vineyard
Relatively close to the Sindyani vineyard, and planted with old Carignan vines on grey chalky soil.
Sindyani & Snonit
An old Carignan vineyard, planted in the Shfeya Valley, delineating the Carmel ridge from south.
Planted on red limestone soil, paved with basalt fragments.
A vineyard with nearly 50-year old Carignan vines near the Taninim stream. Planted on heavy, deep clay soil, this was the first vineyard we rehabilitated back in 2014 by using soil-friendly farming practices.