The 7th-day Sacramental is the kiddush wine of the Israelwinkel. For years this wine has been sold under the name Kinor. The wine has now changed its name, but the taste certainly has not. Your lovely Kinor is now called 7th day Sacramental. This wine is used to celebrate Shabbat and is also very suitable as a supper wine.
A full-sweet wine made from the Carignan grape from the vineyards of Judea. Light spicy taste. Due to the high content of residual sugars, you can store this wine open, upright. Do not drink this wine from a wine glass, but from a port glass. Delicious with nuts, hard cheeses, pate.
Barkan Winery is located in Kibbutz Hulda.
Colour: Bright red
Smell: Strawberry and terroir tones
Taste: The odor impressions are nicely reflected in the taste, the delicious sweet taste is mild and not too much of a good thing
Wine/food: Piece of cheese, nuts, dates, fruit salad, over a scoop of vanilla ice cream
Note: Drinking cool gives the wine some extra freshness. This wine is used in the celebration of Shabbat and also of the Lord's Supper.