Deep, heavy red wine with ripe and rich aromatic fruits of raspberries and plums, interspersed with the scents of vanilla, mint, cloves and wood. It has a full body and an attractive combination of acidity, bitterness, sweetness and subtlety.
After fermentation is complete, the grapes are gently pressed in a pneumatic press and transferred to an insulated stainless steel tank to start the natural malolactic fermentation, which is a fermentation process to stabilize and soften the wine. After malolactic fermentation is complete, the wine is transferred to French oak barrels and matured for six months.
The vineyard was founded in 1870 by Abraham Teperberg and his son Zeev Zaid Teperberg. Managed by Moti Teperberg, Teperberg is now one of Israel's leading wineries, producing over 100 varieties of wine and grape juice. The company sells over four million bottles annually, locally and worldwide. Teperberg is mentioned as one of the most famous Israeli vineyards.