Dry deep red wine with a long finish in which you can taste forest fruits, wood and spicy and soft creamy notes in the background. The solid full wine is very accessible and not really heavy. The Argaman grape is a cross between the Carignanen Souzao grape. Professor Roy Spiegel of the Vulcani Institute developed the crossing. The name Argaman is Hebrew for deep purple. The wine can be aged for 3 to 5 years. The solid full wine is very accessible and not really heavy. Levant is the old name for the eastern part of the Mediterranean. Europe, Asia and Africa come together here in the kitchen. The bottle reads 'Singe Vineyard Judea Foothills'. 'Single Vineyard' means that the grapes come from one vineyard.
Colour: Deep red (purple).
Smell: Forest fruits such as blackberries and elderberries.
Taste: Strong taste of red forest fruits, undergrowth and in the background somewhat spicy, soft creamy taste.
Wine/food: A nice piece of red meat (also think of lamb), ripe not too old hard cheeses, spicy bean dishes, country pâté, tomato-based pasta dishes, spicy hard sausages, Mediterranean dishes.