June 1, 2015

Golan Heights Winery Releases 2011 Yarden Katzrin

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Golan Heights Winery, the leading premium winery in Israel, has released the 2011 Yarden Katzrin. The flagship wine is only produced from grapes harvested during the most outstanding vintages. A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon grapes and Merlot, the Yarden Katzrin is a deeply colored, full-bodied wine, with a rich and complex flavor. It pairs beautifully with the deep taste of roast meats. The 2011 Yarden Katzrin is the pinnacle of Golan Heights Winery’s winemaking prowess. A wine of rare and impressive quality, Yarden Katzrin embodies the Winery’s philosophy of ongoing improvement. From individualized handling of the various vineyards, to significant technological investments in growing and production, nothing is overlooked throughout the entire winemaking process. Under the leadership of Head Winemaker Victor Schoenfeld, Yarden Katzrin epitomizes the Golan Heights Winery’s uncompromising quest for quality and excellence. The wine will be distributed in domestic and foreign markets, and will soon be seen on the wine lists of prestigious restaurants in Israel and abroad. The Golan Heights Winery is entirely Kosher Lemehadrin year-round as well as for Passover. The winery is certified by Rabbi Avrohom Dov Oyerbach of the rabbinic court of Tiberias and by the OK Kosher Certification. For more information visit: www.golanwines.co.il