This is not the only winery in Israel which after being limited to the production of wines for ritual, started producing also table wines, some of them doing it with a certain success.
I didn't have a lot of expectations when trying the 10 NIS (about 2 US$) stuff and got exactly what I expected if not a little less : certainly not reminding something made out of grape.
Now when a bottle is made with Cabernet-Sauvignon and is sold for about 35 NIS (7.5 US$), it's almost a norm today that it'll be drinkable if not even enjoyable or truely good. Unfortunately, the name "Charisma" didn't wipe the feeling that this thing was terribly similar as the previous one.
A winery which seems to be not so much a producer of table wines at this stage...