Calling all Rosè Wine Lovers! 2014 Galil Mountain Rosè from Israel’s Upper Galilee is Just In Time for Summer Sipping

 Galil Rosè is a trendy summertime wine made with the best of  traditional wine making in harmony with sustainable and green living from the Galil Mountain Winery in Israel.
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Region: Upper Galilee

Grapes: 74% Sangiovese, 23% Pinot Noir, 3% Grenache

 

Galil Mountain Winery is located in the Upper Galilee mountain Range as one of Israel’s best wine growing areas. Evolved from a joint venture in 2000, the winery is revitalizing a rich winemaking history that began over 2000 years ago. Just in case you cannot read the site, here is a website  www.goisrael.com which is the official site for tourism in Israel and includes wine tours so you can check out all of the wine areas which includes the Upper Galilee area of wineries.

Israeli wineries are producing more white wines and Rose’s for us to enjoy. This gorgeous clear pink and fruity blend of Sangiovese, Pinot Noir and Grenache has just the right amount of acidity and fruit to enjoy year round and especially for warm summer months. This easy drinking rosè is full of  fresh strawberry flavors and aromas with hints of aromatic earthy herbs that make your mouth water.

Green Living and Sustainable 

Green living and sustainable is the way of life at the Galil Mountain. Winemaker Micha Vaadia practices his winemaking that is in harmony with nature and sustainable solar power, wastewater management and composting.  Micah has many years of experience that began at UC Davis enology program and became chief winemaker at Galil Mountain overseeing outstanding achievements in International competition.

Pairings

Enjoy this rosè chilled and with a variety of foods including cheese and fruit platters, mediterranean foods and grilled meats.

Cheers!

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “Calling all Rosè Wine Lovers! 2014 Galil Mountain Rosè from Israel’s Upper Galilee is Just In Time for Summer Sipping

  • oooh…I’m excited that Galil Mountain Winery has a good rosé! My problem with kosher rosé is that it’s so often sweet, but I should have known that one of my favorite wineries would have a good one.

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