Golan Heights Winery was established in 1983 by four kibbutzim and four moshavim (cooperative communities). The Winery produces four labels with a range of varieties and styles: Yarden, Gamla, Hermon and Golan.
At present, the winery maintains about 6,300 dunams (630 hectares) of grape-yielding vineyards. The winery has planted some 20 varieties of grapes in 28 vineyards divided into roughly 450 blocks, at elevations ranging from 400 to almost 1,200 meters. Each vineyard block is mapped and cataloged, with constant monitoring of its various parameters including soil conductivity, growth, water condition in the vine, and more. From the knowledge gathered over the years, the winery can understand the block’s characteristics, abilities, development and health. This information is essential for making decisions throughout the year and during harvest. The blocks are harvested separately, and their wines are stored separately in stainless steel tanks in order to maintain their identity and uniqueness until final blending. From this large selection of small blocks, the winemakers can choose the most appropriate blocks for the relevant wine.
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