May be not yet up to the level of the bests in this intriguing area of the down Jerusalem hills, Nachshon is to my point of view especially attractive for some reasonnably priced nice little reds, such as the "Poushkin"...
The "legend" tells that one of the winery's staff, of USSR origin, suddenly said while tasting it that this wine was like a "russian one". So was born this unique occurence of an israeli wine marketed under a russian labelling.
Actually the large number of different products would easily make one think of this winery as a much larger premise than the modest 14,000 bottles produced annualy.
The new wine-maker, Shlomi Tzadok, while showing much personal modesty, doesn't hide his ambitions about raising the quality of the wines... Worth keeping an eye on his progress.