Dalton Winery have launched the latest vintage of their flagship wine, Matatia 2013. It is made 100% from Cabernet Sauvignon grapes grown in two plots in the Upper Galilee.
The wine is named after the founder of the winery and father of the current owner and manager of the winery. It is a rare edition only produced in special years. It a powerful, full bodied wine with a deep red color, an fruity nose of black ripe fruits including berries and plum and a hint of tobacco.
The wines has noticeable tannins and will age well. It has a long finish.
The wine will retail for 480 shekels.
Dalton Winery was founded in 1995 by Matatia Haruni in the Upper Galilee. Today the winery is managed by his son, Alex. The winemaker who studied in California, is Guy Eshel. The winery produces a million bottles a year.