Hatzuk Vineyard is located 670 meters above sea level near the Lebanese border. The vineyard yields grapes of outstanding quality throughout the year based on a sustainable growing protocol.
Harvest: The winter preceding the growing season was lacking in rain, but winter temperatures provided the coldness that the grapevines required. Vine bud break was good and took place at the average time of previous years. The ripening season occurred under moderate weather conditions, with the exception of one particularly warm week.
The 2017 harvest was among the Winery’s shortest, lasting only 10 weeks. The vintage shows signs of particularly good quality