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Barkan Petite Sirah Classic Kosher  750ml
SKU 707654

Barkan Classic Kosher Petite Sirah

Judean Hills - Israel

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Region: Judean Hills

Israel is a fascinating and beautiful country, with a history and culture which ranks amongst the most important and impressive on earth. In the heart of Israel, we find the stunning Judean Hills, an arid range of undulating land forms which provide plenty of opportunity for viticulture and wine making, thanks to their mineral rich soils and the fabulous climate they receive. For thousands of years, vines have been cultivated in this region, however, Israel did not really become an important international center for wines until the mid nineteenth century, when the Rothschild family brought their Bordeaux varietals to the Judean Hills. The vines quickly took to the landscape, and today, these ancient hills are home to many of the country's finest classic, French style wines.

Country: Israel

For thousands of years now, Israel has been an important country when it comes to wine production. Today, wineries across Israel are having great success with the imported French varietals which have proven to be a fine match for the climate and soil types across the country, and grapes such as Cabernet Sauvigon, Merlot, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc make up for the vast majority of varietals grown on Israeli soil. Israel enjoys a Mediterranean climate in many parts of the country, and even more desert-type regions such as the Negev are proving to be ideal locations for viticulture, thanks to a combination of traditional and modern techniques, and advanced irrigation methods. Israeli wines are almost always made to kosher requirements, and as such have a high demand all over the world by Jewish communities, as well as being popular with many other people due to their quality and characteristics.