Semi- Dry White Wine

Muscat Canelli



Winemaking Process

The Muscat grapes are harvested when aromatic ripening is optimal. Following arrival at the winery and after destemming and gentle crushing, the grapes are pressed to extract the must. After natural clarification, the chilled must begin alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel tanks at low temperatures in order to maintain the aromas typical of this variety. When fermentation is complete, the wine undergoes stabilization and the final blend is selected and sent for bottling.

Tasting Notes

Binyamina Prestige Muscat is characterized by a clear and glossy light yellow color. The nose releases tropical and floral notes, characteristic of this variety. The palate is fruity and refreshingly effervescent with a subtle sweetness balanced by a pleasant acidity. The wine has a light, very fruity and sweet character and is satisfying for both novices and experienced wine drinkers. It is considered a relatively old variety in Israel and is favored by vintners from the fertile growing regions in central and southern Israel.