This Pinot Noir exhibits bright raspberry, sour cherry, and fresh floral characters, playing off warm notes of baking spices. Medium bodied with a nice finish, the wine is elegant and attractive. Nicely versatile wine when it comes to food, Yarden Pinot Noir goes great with anything from grilled wild Pacific salmon, to savory wine-braised chicken, to succulent roast beef.
Golan Heights Winery was founded in 1983 in the Golan Heights. Here, in this breathtaking strip of land, everything begins with the right conditions—volcanic basaltic soil, suitable topography, and cool high-altitude climate. This unique combination is what gives Golan Heights its second name of "wine country." With over 28 vineyards that span over 1,500 acres and 4 leading brands under their belt (Yarden, Gamla, Mount Hermon, and Golan), Golan Heights Winery has played a significant role in developing and nurturing Israel's current wine culture.