Psagot is located in the Benjamin mountains. While planting vineyards and orchards an opening was discovered which led the family to an amazing cave from the period of the Second Temple. The cave equates the location with the Biblical city of Ai. A second cave was discovered in which an olive press and wine press from the Second Holy Temple era were uncovered. In the 1980s, the Berg family settled in Psagot. The father, Meir, planted...
Light gold in color with some green reflections, the nose features notes of spring flowers, apricots and banana. Rather light in body with a slightly oily mouth-feel, showing on the palate crisp stone fruits such as apricots and peaches as well as mango and lemon custard. High acidity gives this wine a nice kick as well as a long, somewhat minty and refreshing finish.
Oriental sauces with dishes such as chicked and salmon slightly spiced. Dishes with dominant olive flavors.