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Wineries in Israel
Producing Amazing Israeli Wines

Wineries in Israel are the “in” thing. Many of them are very successful and showing the best wines of the country with an international reputation.

Many of them offer tastings including cheese and chocolate. When you visit them, you’ll be transported to Tuscany and Bordeaux. A few of Israel’s Tour Operators specialize in this sector.




Golan Heights Winery in Katzrin

Golan Heights Winery in Katzrin


Golan Heights Winery

Located in Katzrin, the capital of the Golan Heights, may be visited on guided tours through the whole process including wine tasting in a dairy boutique. The visit to the vineyard is done on a 4x4 vehicle to see the varieties of grapes and ends with the wine and cheese tasting.

The tours are available in Hebrew, English, Russian, German and Swedish, and have to be booked in advance.

Their slogan is “Leading the way in creating and nurturing the fine wine culture in Israel”, and it has brought them 75 major international awards and their products are exported to over 32 countries around the world.

 



Wineries in Israel

Pelter Wines from the Golan Heights

Pelter Wines from the Golan Heights


Pelter Winery

Also, in the Golan Heights in Ein Zivan, it accepts visitors from 10 am to 4 pm. You may tour the winery, taste the wines and their special goat cheese and even a meal if arranged in advance.

Tal Pelter, the founder, studied oenology in Western Australia and together with his brothers have established this winery with three core principles: vitality, quality, and family.

 


Tulip Winery

Established in 2003 in Jezreel Valley in a pastoral village called Kfar Tikva. It focuses on producing great wine in a socially responsible way, employing workers from the same community and people with special needs, using the winery as a teaching tool to integrate members of the community to the workforce.




Carmel Winery

Located in Zichron Yaakov where Israel’s modern wine-making enterprise was born in 1882. It features a Wine and Culture Center offering visits to the cellars and discovering their innovative technologies in wine-making.





Agur Winery

This is one of the few wineries in the Judean Hills Valley of Elah. It offers kosher wine with only blends and no single varietals.

The eccentric winemaker, Shuki Yashuv, instills his wines with passion and some chutzpah as well,” says Katz. “If you’re lucky he may still have a bottle or two of the best rosé in Israel.”



Tishbi Winery with Kosher Wines made in Binyamina

Tishbi Winery with Kosher Wines made in Binyamina


Tishbi Winery

This winery is located in Binyamina. The visitor center sells homemade Tishbi Wine, fruit preserves and other fine foods. It has its own restaurant overlooking the vineyard. It’s all Kosher.

With a family history deeply connected to wine making it has grown from humble beginnings to be an internationally acclaimed winery with a total of six vineyards.



Flam Winery

This one is in Eshtaol, in the Judean Hills. Here Israel Flam and his children came together to make some of Israel’s finest wines.

You may book a tour of wine and professional degustation. They pride themselves on painstakingly tending to each of their four vineyards’ every need.




Binyamina Winery

Founded in 1952 it is considered one of Israel’s veterans in winemaking. Through the years have transformed from mostly sweet to a variety of flavors falling under five different labels.

It is located at a 90-year-old building in Binyamina and offers winetasting tours and even grape juice for students.



Map of Wineries in Israel

Map of Wineries in Israel



For more information visit Israel Wine Producers Association Website




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pelter by pelter
tulip by tulip
carmel by carmel
agur by agur
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