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Tishbi French Riesling

One of the youngest and most popular wines in the winery. This especially refreshing, semi-dry white wine has an abundance of refreshing fruity aromas. The combination of the slight sourness of the French Colombard, together with the sweetness of the Emerald Riesling, is enhanced by its wonderful peach and apricot fragrances. Ready for immediate drinking, this wine can be served with a light meal, cheeses, chicken or as an aperitif. Recommended serving temperature is 8-10°C (46-50°F). .

 Producer Tishbi Winery
 Region Samson
 Country Israel
 Varietals ColombardRiesling
 Alcohol 13% alc/vol

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About the Producer

Tishbi Winery

Tishbi Winery

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In 1882, Michael and Malka Chamiletzki first set foot upon the land of Zichron Yaacov, after emigrating from Lithuania.  He was chosen by Baron Edmund de Rothschild to plant and develop vineyards in the area. The family settled in nearby  Shefeya, which is today surrounded by numerous vineyards, and...

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