Produced in Israel’s famed Galil appellation, Golan Wine is a playful collection from world-renowned winemaker and U.C. Davis viticulture graduate Victor Schoenfeld. A truly international oenophile, Schoenfeld has worked at California’s Preston Vineyards, Sonoma Creek, and Robert Mondavi wineries, as well as Champagne Jacquesson & Fil in France, and Baron Wine Cellars in Binyamina. Prolific as he is experienced, Schoenfeld and his crew of Cape Town- and California-educated assistants also oversee the production of Yarden, Galil, and Gilgal Wines at Golan Heights Winery. Unique from the other brands under Schoenfeld’s umbrella, Golan Wine is suited to any occasion thanks to its unbeatable Quality Price Ratio and adaptability to a range of different dishes.
The Galil growing region is a winemaker’s dream, with high elevations, bubbling streams, and rocky volcanic soil—an ideal setting for the unique terroir of Golan Heights Winery products. The award-winning Golan Cabernet Sauvignon, with its cherry and vanilla notes and American oak barrel aging, has taken home gold at both The International Wine and Spirit Competition and The Beverage Tasting Institute’s World Wine Championship. Focused on their grapes’ natural flavor characteristics, Golan Heights Winery also offers unique unwooded varietals like floral chardonnay—perfect with everything from fluffy pasta to grilled chicken.
Golan Moscato and Other Bottles that Do It All
Crisp and aromatic with impeccably-balanced sweetness, the effervescent Golan Moscato is perhaps one of the company’s greatest triumphs. Never overpowering, the wine’s crispness and low alcohol content make it ideal for Kiddush, dessert, or simply sipping at brunch.
Looking for a wine that does it all? Golan’s merlot is as good in chocolate cake or mushrooms as it is in the glass. Hosting a potluck? The company’s Sion Creek Red and Sion Creek White won’t miss a beat from pot roast to pot sticker. Whatever meals you’ve got coming up, Golan has the answer in a bottle. Try a versatile blend or varietal from Golan Wine today.