The Tura Winery uses grapes from vines planted in 1997, in the community of Har Brakha, located on a mountain at 580 meters.
The mountainous terroir provides an optimal climate for growing wine grapes.
The wines undergo a long aging process in the winery's cellars and are full-bodied, rich in fruit flavors and capable of aging over the years under suitable conditions in the bottle.
Their vineyards are located on about 140 acres of land.
It produces about 86,000 bottles per year, of which 40% is exported.
The wines of the winery are kosher under the supervision of Rabbi Unger 'OU', Badatz Beit Yosef and the local Rabbi.
The winery visitor center is capable of hosting approximately 50 people, and visitations include a fee and booking in advance.