The word BIN is an Australian term to describe quality stocks of wine kept in a particular part of the barrel cellar. These stocks were stored in special areas in wine cellars of homes, wineries and pubs that were known as the “wine bin”.
Binyamina winery decided to appropriate this name for a varietal label after discovering several tanks among the winery’s stock in which red wine remained for several months after being barrel aged for a short period. Surprisingly, the wine’s lengthy stay in stainless steel tanks while waiting to be bottled created an enchanting wine that proved to be fresh and fruity, but also deep and full-flavoured.
The wine boasts a fruity aroma with a whiff of oak and a rich balanced flavor. Aged for 6 months in used two year old French oak barrels.
Deep red colour with a purple hue, the wine boasts a fruity aroma with a whiff of oak and a rich balance flavour.
Seasoned fish dishes, roasted chicken and savory pies.