The story of Petite Syrah in Israel began in the 1960s when it was introduced from California, drawing a lineage back to the French variety Durif. This grape variety, known for its bold character and deep color, found a new home in the vineyards of central Israel. Here, Barkan Vineyards nurtures the vines to produce a wine that embodies the unique terroir and climate of the region.
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The result is a deep ruby-colored wine that immediately captivates the eye. The intensity of the color is a prelude to the rich and expressive aromas that waft from the glass. The nose is greeted with a symphony of red plums and currants, offering a fruity and enticing introduction to what lies within the bottle.
As you take your first sip, the wine reveals its full-bodied nature, embracing the palate with a robust and structured presence. The tannins, a hallmark of Petite Syrah, contribute to the wine's texture and add a layer of complexity. The structured tannins provide a framework for the bold fruit flavors, creating a harmonious and well-balanced profile.
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