In my humble opinion, one of the most promising micro-wineries in the country. With only several thousand bottles produced with home wine making techniques, this is what one calls a garagiste. But who tastes the wines won't find anything amateurish in them.
What's particularly interesting is that the Paysans releases vary from year to year from varietal to different varietal blends, while one can feel a constancy in the stylistic approach : wines reasonnably concentrated with an appealing complexity, never cloying and revealing a smooth structure - somewhere old world inspirated.
The "Paysans" themselves are a french and south-african nice couple, sharing a passion to art as they have for wine, and their remarkable labels are based on their own work. Did I write somewhere that I usually found the labels of israeli wines often boring ? This is something different...