Colour: pale yellow
Smell: light notes of wood, ripe citrus fruit, soft peach nectarine, mild spicy
Taste: fresh, the peach and citrus fruits return gently with a mild grapefruit bitter, soft spicy notes and minerals, the wine gets more and more aroma and taste after aeration in the glass
Finish: fairly long
Wine/food: soft cheeses such as brie and cream cheese, fish, chicken, crustaceans and shellfish, dry sausages (also spicy)
Comments: the wine is nice and fresh and has nice fruit tones in which citrus fruits are clearly visible. As a single glass but also with a dish, it is a delicious wine with a lot of flavor without being heavy. Marawi is a very old grape variety from the Judean hills. Single Vineyard means that the grapes come from one vineyard and therefore get the scent and flavors from that particular soil. Worldwide we see more and more old grape varieties being rediscovered and also that grapes from one vineyard are used so that the terroir does not disappear into the masses when grapes from different vineyards are used together. The wine can be served cool and needs plenty of air by opening the bottle at least 30 minutes before pouring. By fermenting in stainless steel tanks, the wine remains fresh and fruity and the barrel maturation afterwards gives extra firmness. With a starter it is not a heavy wine so that a solid (red) wine can be served with the main course.