The Judean Hills is a quality but underdeveloped wine region ranging from the mountains north of Jerusalem, through Gush Etzion to Yatir Forest, south of Hebron. Warm days and cool nighttime temperature characterize the region which in places is 1640 to 3280ft above sea level. The soils are thin, limestone and stony. The higher mountains receive snow in the winter. Annual precipitation is 1911⁄16in. Average winter temperatures are 32 ℉ to 64.4 ℉, whilst summer temperatures can rise from 59 ℉ to 86.℉
A 40 years old, dryland farming vineyard that fully express the Mediterranean characteristic in the grapes, the regional terrior and produces exceptional quality Carignan.