In the Golan Heights lies Gilgal Refaim, a 5,000-year-old site unlike any other. 42,000 basalt rocks are arranged in concentric circles, their purpose is shrouded in mystery. Gilgal brings the spirit of this enigma to life, with wine grown in this ancient earth.
Gilgal Merlot was produced from Merlot grapes grown in the Golan Heights. The cool climate, rocky volcanic soil and high altitude are ideal for the conditions of growing this classic variety. It is aged in French oak for 12 months and has tasting notes of berry, floral and spice in the finish.