Yatir Creek is composed of Syrah 76%, Tannat 12%, Malbec 12%. The grapes derive from several plots in Yatir Forest. The wines aged for one year in large oak barrels (3,800 – 5,400 liters), which rounded out the wine without imparting pronounced impressions of oak in the wine. After bottling in February 2018, the wine matured in its bottle at the winery for a further two years.
Tasting Notes: Yatir Creek displays rich burgundy hues, with bouquets reminiscent of black cherry, black currant, cassis, and roasted almonds. Possesses fruity, succulent flavors, offset by fine-grained and slightly salty tannins and a pleasant, tangy finish. This wine will age well for at least five to ten years.