New Israeli Wines
We are really excited to have brought these wines into the shop. Beautiful expressions of fruit and structure showing through these wines. The white is currently on by the glass, so come in and have a try.
“The story of Segal’s begins in the late 1920s, when brothers Elhanan and Yehezkel Hirsch Segal established Israel’s first distillery in the Tel Aviv colony of Sharona. In 1954 the Hirsch Segal brothers decided to focus exclusively on wine production, naming their property Zvi Vineyard after their beloved grandfather Zvi Hirsch”
For the Argaman, Levant (Left): “Argaman is a grape variety created in Israel from a cross of Souzao and Carignan. Deep in colour with easy appeal and juicy dark berry fruit, it is easy to see why consultant Alberto Antonini compares it to Malbec” - Liberty Wines
For the Colombard, Levant (Right): “From the dynamic team at Segal, this unoaked Colombard comes from chalk soils which sit at 800-1000m in the Judean Hills. Bright and lifted, this wine has fantastic energy and zesty acidity” - Liberty Wines