Lueria Grand Vital 2011 is made of the finest varieties in every vintage year, harvested at the best sections of the vineyard. The grapes grow at high altitude and in the unique terroir of Yosef's vineyard, spread at the foothills of Mount Meron in Upper Galilee – a privileged location which enables the grapes to mature slowly over time, and thus acquire their special quality. The attributes of the land, known already to residents in Talmudic times, gave a name to the village of Sifsaf – in Aramaic, a region where fruit mature late. The grapes are tended and harvested by hand. The wine is produced and aged according to the specific vineyard plots.
Aged in French oak for 24 months, Lueria Grand Vital enjoys a rich and elegant composition. Taken from the finest grapes of the Yosef Sayada vineyard, this blend is comprised of 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot, and 10% Cabernet Franc.