The unique vineyard
, and the widespread recognition of the grapes' quality among Israeli vintners and wine makers, gave rise to the idea of establishing a family winery. Gidi Sayada, as a vintner's son, inherited the love of the land from his father even in childhood. He took up winery studies immediately after his discharge from the IDF; Gidi is in charge of the winery and of wine production, side by side with experienced oenologists monitoring the wine making process from the harvest to the advanced aging procedures.
The Lueria Winery produces every harvest year, three different wines from the best vineyard sections.
"A rare and unique combination of layers of basalt, terra Rosa and chalk in one terroir led to the recognition, among professionals, that this is a qualitative and much sought after vineyard… Thus, the idea of establishing the Lueria winery soon followed…"