The Galilee region in Israel has a long history of winemaking, producing high-quality red wines with modern techniques and sustainable practices
Regional History & Terroir: Galilee has been producing wine for over 3,000 years, with a Mediterranean climate, hot and dry summers, and mild and wet winters. The region has diverse terroir with various soil types such as volcanic, limestone, and terra rossa, and hilly terrain providing different altitudes and exposures.
Typical Grape Varietals: The region is known for growing Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, and Grenache for red wines, and Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and Viognier for white wines.
Regional Wine Styles: The Galilee region produces dry and sweet wines, as well as blends, with a focus on high-quality red wines that have a unique taste from the region's terroir and modern winemaking techniques.