Clos de Gat is located in the foothills of the Judean Mountains, bordering the Ayalon Biblical Valley. It is named after the ancient “Gat” (“press” in Hebrew) dating from the Roman Empire, located in the heart of the vineyard of this area.
Clos de Gat covers 19 hectares and benefits from a terroir that has been home to vines for centuries. The hills and valleys of the region reveal a combination of fine soils on the surface, resting on calcareous basements. The wines of Clos de Gat are made with indigenous yeasts, a guarantee of additional complexity and a better respect for the expression of the terroir.