Last evening, the Yarden Vintage Festival opened with the unveiling to the press of the Golan Heights Winery’s new wine Rom Yarden 2006. The wine is a blend of 37% Syrah, 34% Cabernet Sauvignon and 29% Merlot. The grapes were sourced from 8 different vineyards, seven on the Golan Heights and 1 in the Upper Galilee. The wine is aged in French barriques for 21 months and bottled unfiltered. The wine was developed from a collaboration between Zelma Long, consulting wine maker and Victor Schoenfeld, Yarden’s Chief Winemaker.
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