The vineyard is located in the Upper Galilee Mountains, close to the Biblical village of Kadita. The area of 7 acres is at 800 meters above sea level. The climate in the winter is cold, rainy, and there is snowfall from time to time in the colder years. The temperatures in the summer are warm during the day and cool at night. The soil is volcanic, a reminder of the geological activity in the past. We think that the cool temperatures and the soil give the wine made from this terroir, its unique fruit flavor and quality.
The varieties in Kadita Vineyard are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot, and very small amount of Durif. On average, the yield in this vineyard is about 3.5 tons of grapes per acre, (with no fruit thinning or green treatments).