The Herzberg Winery is a family owned and operated winery in Moshav Sitriya, found between Ramle and Rechovot. The Herzberg family emigrated to Israel from France in 1968 and have implemented the art of French wine-making into their Israeli wines, such as aging them for a minimum of 12 months in traditional oak barrels. Their wines are produced using time-tested natural methods and and in limited editions, and they grow the grapes themselves with minimal intervention in 10 dunam of vineyards adjacent to the winery. Their wines include Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec and Petite Sirah. The winery is managed by Max Herzberg, a veteran biotechnologist, who was crowned the 2018 Israeli Winemaker of the Year by Foodis Magazine, and his son Yoel Herzberg, who is also a set designer for international films and plays.