Lueria Chardonnay was made from 100% Chardonnay grapes, grown at the foothills of Meron Mountain, in the Upper Galilee region, at 840 meters elevation, with a unique soil structure combining chalk, basalt and terra rossa. The residents, to whom the attributes of the land were already known from Talmudic times, named the village - Sifsaf - in Aramaic, a region where fruit mature late. The wine was made using only the "free run" (the ﬁrst juice to ﬂow from the grapes) and fermented in stainless steel tank on a cold temperatures. This gives the wine a greenish-straw displaying tropical fruit, crisp, citrus, green apple. It has a mineral, rich and balanced mouthfeel.