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Israeli wine is produced by hundreds of wineries, ranging in size from small boutique enterprises to large companies producing over ten million bottles per year. Wine has been produced in the Land of Israel since biblical times. In 2011, Israeli wine exports totaled over $26.7 million.

The modern Israeli wine industry was founded by Baron Edmond James de Rothschild, owner of the Bordeaux estate Château Lafite-Rothschild. Today, Israeli winemaking takes place in five vine-growing regions: Galil (Galilee, including the Golan Heights), the region most suited for viticulture due to its high elevation, cool breezes, marked day and night temperature changes and rich, well-drained soils; the Judean Hills, surrounding the city of Jerusalem; Shimshon (Samson), located between the Judean Hills and the Coastal Plain; the Negev, a semi-arid desert region, where drip irrigation has made grape growing possible; and the Sharon plain near the Mediterranean coast and just south of Haifa, surrounding the towns of Zichron Ya'akov and Binyamina, which is the largest grape growing area in Israel.Several of these terms for Israeli wine-growing regions, such as the Judean Hills, the Golan Heights and the Shimshon, The definition of wines produced in the latter as Israeli is a subject of legal contention abroad.


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  • Hermon

    Mont Hermon is an interesting and important part of our landscape here in the Golan Heights. At any time and in any season, it's a pleasure to take a new form, to be developed and delicious. the skin.

  • Gamla

    The first vineyards were planted in the Golan Heights region in 1982 by the first Moshavs and kibboutzim implants in the region. In 1984, the Golan Heights Winery bottled the first wine of the Gamla range. Since its creation in 1983, the Golan Heights Winery has launched three large wine ranges: Yarden, Gamla and Galil. In our day, this winery is considered one of the best in Israel in terms of the quality of its wines, the technological innovation and the development of new varieties. Today, the Golan Heights Winery is detained by 4 kibboutzim and 4 moshavs. She manages the vineyards along the shores of the Sea of ​​Galilee to the foot of the lower mountains of Mont Hermon. Each operation respects the same control rules in order to ensure a superior quality of production. Gamla is the name of an ancient city of the Golan Heights that resists the Roman conquest for many years. The Gamla range is represented by a piece in souvenir of the history of this city.Implantations and know-howThe Golan Heights has a perfect topography for the culture of the vine. A volcanic sol that provides excellent drainage and the climate, relatively fresh, allows a long maturation season. The Gamla wine range draws the same attention, regarding the quality of its wines, that the Yarden range. The Gamla-Golan Height wines Gamla cabernet sauvignon is a well-balanced wine from the Golan and Haute Galilee vignettes. The wine vieillit un an en fût de chêne françaisLe merlot Gamla estièrement issu de raisin Merlot cultivated in the center and north of the Golan. It grows for nine months in the French oak bar. Medals and awards In the middle of the year, the Golan Heights winery has gained an international recognition by winning several rewards in international competitions. This is one of the Winery that has fully contributed to the reputation of Israeli wine around the world.

  • Yarden

    In the Golan Heights, in this breathtaking strip of land, everything begins with the right conditions – volcanic basaltic soil, suitable topography and cool high-altitude climate. This unique combination is what gives the Golan Heights its second name – “wine country.” Golan Heights Winery marketing its wines under four leading brands – Yarden, Gamla, Mount Hermon and Golan. The Winery is considered Israel’s leading winery when it comes to wine quality, technological innovation, and new variety development.

  • Flam

    The Flam winery was established in 1998 by Golan, Gilad Flam and their mother Kami, with the vision of producing wine at the highest international quality.
    Golan and Gilad absorbed their love for wine from their father, Israel, one of the country's wine industry pioneers. Their mother, Kami, has contributed greatly to the development of the family’s winery, harnessing her business experience for the task. The younger sister to the Flam clan, Gefen, joined in and added her young and innovative approach.

    The unique combination of accumulated family knowledge of winemaking, experience, and never-ending passion for wine has placed the Flam family as the first wine family of Israel.
    The story of FLAM winery is a family story. A family that lives, breathes and produces wine for more than 50 years. Surrounded by vineyards, the FLAM Winery is located at the heart of the Judean Hills surrounding Jerusalem, between the Kisalon river and the Kdoshim forest. The winery operates in the classic European Family Estate model.

    Growing Wine

    Working the land and attending the vine stands at the core of the FLAM winery. The winery cultivates the same vineyards year after year. This meticulous and consistent work in the vineyards yields an intimate relationship, essential to produce authentic and terroir-driven wines.

    It’s All in the Family

    Israel Flam, chief winemaker for many years at one of Israel’s leading wineries, is regarded by many as the pioneer of Israeli modern winemaking. His oldest son Golan, was born in Stellenbosch, South Africa, where his destiny as a future winemaker was decided. His brother Gilad fell in love with wine at an early age, yet went on to study law and business administration. With the creation of FLAM winery he was to combine his first love and business skills. The business experience of their mother Kami, helped the commercial development of the winery from its early days. Born into this oenological atmosphere, little sister Gefen soon joined as the creative driving force at the winery.

  • Tabor

    Tabor Winery was established in 1999 by 4 experienced vineyard families. Located in Tabor village up on the Galilee Mountains, Tabor Winery started small, while soon becoming one of Israel's most famous and leading wineries. This advancement was thanks to creativity, determination and ecological care, that led to our exceptional, state-of-the-art wine collection.
    Our delightful winery is settled among the soft, unique lines of the Galilee mountains – one of Israel's most productive wine-making zones, while our vineyards are located in strategic spots all over Israel, from north to south. This gives us the opportunity to enjoy varied climates and soils, allowing us to create an extensive list of diverse wines.
    In 2012 we made a decision – to embrace the ecological standards we value so much. From that day until now, all of our vineyards are ecological-based, consisting of various ecological actions, aiming for nature restoration. Our efforts are supervised by the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel, and of course – The owl.

  • Bazelet Hagolan

    All of Bazelet HaGolan's Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Chardonnay grapes are grown in the rich basalt soil of Israel's Golan Heights.


    The various vineyards are situated at different select locations ranging in elevation from 500 to over 1000m above sea level. Each vineyard, of course, has its own unique characteristics. The wines emanating from them are thus skillfully selected and blended in order to appropriately complement each other within any and all of the selections of our wines.

    Totaling approximately 100 dunams, the vineyards produce a yield resulting in the annual production of some 80,000 bottles.


    The newest vineyard, which saw its inaugural harvest in 2014, encompasses 50 beautiful dunams situated at approximately 750m above sea level in the east-central region of the Golan Heights.


    Yoav Levy, founder, winemaker and owner of Bazelet HaGolan Winery, carefully monitors the vineyards throughout the year, ensuring that grapes are grown in accordance with our specifications. Over the years, we have grown to know not only the specific characteristics of each vineyard, but the characteristics of each row as well.

  • Castel

    Born in cosmopolitan Alexandria and educated in England, Italy and Switzerland, winemaker Eli Ben Zaken moved to Israel, first working in agriculture and later in the restaurant business. Eli had no formal winemaking education; when he had to decide whether or not to turn Domaine du Castel from a hobby into a formal business he was faced with a formidable challenge.

    Eli recalled how a sentiment voiced by Winston Churchill was very apt at this time, as he felt as though he “were walking with Destiny, and that all my past life had been but a preparation for this hour and for this trial … I was sure I should not fail” (Winston Churchill, May 1940).

    Domaine du Castel’s goal is simple: strive to make classic and elegant wines.

  • Tishbi

    In 1882, Michael and Malka Chamiletzki first set foot upon the land of Zichron Yaacov, after emigrating from Lithuania.  He was chosen by Baron Edmund de Rothschild to plant and develop vineyards in the area. The family settled in nearby  Shefeya, which is today surrounded by numerous vineyards, and began to cultivate the earth. And thus began the close  and harmonious bond between the family and the earth and vineyards they planted and nurtured. In 1925, the family  hosted the famous poet, Chaim Nachman Bialik. In honor of their warm hospitality, the poet proposed a new, Hebrew  family name: “Tishbi” – an acronym standing for “a resident of Shefeya in Israel”.

    Like his parents before him, my father, Yisrael his wife Mina Tishbi, also spent their entire lives growing and caring for their vineyards and olive trees, as well as making and selling cheeses and dairy products, made from the milk of their own cows. At the beginning of the 80s, the wine industry underwent a severe crisis and the price of grapes dropped drastically. As a result of the crisis, I decided to open a small winery of my own. At first, the winery was named “Baron Wine cellars”, after the Baron de Rothschild, and was later changed to “Tishbi”.

    Today, the entire family works at the winery. My wife, Nili, manages the winery store and Visitors Center. My son, Golan, is the winemaker and Vice President of the winery. When we decided to set up a distillery at the winery, he travelled to the Cognac area in France, studied the alambique (alembic) distillation process, and began producing our brandy, which is patiently smoked in oak barrels. This brandy has brought us numerous awards both in Israel and abroad, along with the Best Brandy title at the IWSC (International Wine & Spirit Competition), held in London. My eldest son, Michael, is a lawyer and also takes care of vineyard growth and cultivation. Our daughter, Oshra, travelled  extensively abroad and then decided to open up the global market to the winery, establishing our café and wine store in  Zichron Yaacov and creating a line of gourmet food products: “Fine Foods by Oshra Tishbi”. Efrat, Michael’s wife helps  design the labels for the winery and raises the next generation, Dan and Yoav Tishbi. Karen, Golan’s wife, graces the  winery with her functional and decorative ceramic art, and raises their three children, Shai, Nadav and Adi.

    The combined effort and dedication of our family bring just the right balance of professionalism and warmth to our winery (my addition – to tie in the last sentence). And after all, family is everything.

  • Benhaim

    Benhaim is a boutique winery dedicated to the family’s tradition of making high-quality hand-crafted wines going back six generations to 1932.

    Founders: Ruth and Elie Benhaim

    Chief Winemaker: Itay Benhaim

    We inherited our love for wine and winemaking from our forbears who built oak wine barrels in northeastern Romania since the 19th century and later in Israel from before the establishment of the State of Israel.

    In 1970 Ruth and Elie Benhaim founded their eponymous family winery, making and selling wine at their house in Ramat Gan, and after 27 harvests opened a boutique winery in Kfar Azar. A decade later the winery moved to a large, new building in Ramat Hasharon – where it continues to operate today. Both Ruth and Elie, along with their sons Itai and Yenon are all involved in making Benhaim’s fine wines.

    Itay Ben-Haim is Benhaim’s chief winemaker and a sixth generation vintner who draws inspiration from his family history, where wine culture and the traditional art of coopering has been carefully handed down from generation to generation for over 135 years. He was an active participant in wine production from his early childhood, all the while acquiring practical knowledge and experience, following the family tradition.

    He studied the chemistry of wine at Israel’s Wine Institute and for three years specialized in modern wine technology under the supervision of Dr. Arkadi Papikian. He learned the art of wine tasting from the great Bordeaux oenologist, Georges Azougui Bordeaux and apprenticed at several leading French wineries.

    After getting his degree in marketing and business administration at an American university, and following the Benhaim Winery’s award as “Best Cabernet Sauvignon Europe 2000,” Itay was appointed as Chief Winemaker and manager of the winery’s vineyards on Mount Meron. He also serves as a judge in international wine competitions.

    During his tenure as winemaker, Benhaim wines have been awarded more than 30 international gold medals.

  • The Cave Méhara

    Binyamina Winery was established in 1952 by Joseph Zeltzer, an immigrant to Israel, desiring to to produce wine as he did in Hungary. Initially called Eliaz Winery—after the owner’s son who fell in the War of Independence, it started out in a region considered to be Israel’s wine region.

    After independence, Joseph Zeltzer ended up the vineyards in a famous wine-growing region, wanting to fulfill his aspiration to produce wines. The winery originally produced sweet wines, simple table wines and liqueurs. David Ben Gurion aided Mr. Zeltzer to receive a grapes for wine production. The winery was purchased by movie production executives in the early 1990’s who invested tremendous resources to develop the vineyards, improve equipment and create one of Israel’s finest barrel cellars. Renamed the “Binyamina Winery” since the mid-nineties, they were purchased in 2008 by Hetzi Hinam marketing chain, who recognized the winery’s potential and vision to become leaders in Israel’s wine sector.

    Sasson Ben Aharon and Asaf Paz joined the Binyamina Winery as winemakers. They hold degrees from the Faculty of Agriculture and have accumulated research of practical experience in the field.

  • Psagot

    The Psagot winery is located in the northern region of the Jerusalem mountains, an area ripe with awe-inspiring remnants of biblical-era vineyards and wineries. During the vineyard’s construction, an ancient cave from the Hasmonean Dynasty period was discovered, and in it, a coin dating back to the Great Revolt of (66–73 CE). The coin’s front face is stamped with the words “For Freedom of Zion” and adorned with a vine leaf, while the back face reads “Year Two” (to the Revolt), alongside an image of an amphora – an ancient container used for storing wine. That coin embodies the essence of our story, and its image is born upon a selection of our wines. For us, the coin is a reminder of our deep connection to the earth and to our roots. As we walk through the vines, we hear the echoes of our ancestors, experts in their time, who made the finest wines for the temples of Jerusalem and emperors of Rome as early as two millennia ago.

  • Gvaot

    Gvaot Winery is located in Givat Harel at the heart of Samaria, on the banks of Nahal Shiloh. Around 800m above sea level, this hilly region has an ancient tradition of successful vine cultivation. The combination of advanced technology with unique terroir, which is especially conducive to high-quality vines, helps the winery realize its vision of producing quality wines with a distinctive character and flavor.

  • Carmel 1882

    Carmel Winery, the historic winery of Israel, was founded in 1882 by Baron Edmond de Rothschild, owner of Château Lafite in Bordeaux. Carmel owns the two largest wineries in Israel, at Rishon Le Zion and Zichron Ya’acov, each with deep underground cellars built by Rothschild in the 19th century.

    Carmel Winery has 3,472 acres of vineyards, covering the land of Israel. Carmel’s Rishon Le Zion Wine Cellars, built in 1890, is the oldest winery in Israel still in use. Two future Israeli prime ministers worked there and the first ever use of electricity and telephone in Israel was at the winery. Carmel’s main blending & bottling facility is at Rishon Le Zion, and the company’s head office is located there.

    Carmel’s Zichron Ya’acov Wine Cellars, is the largest winery in Israel. The most advanced, modern winemaking technology blends in with the historic 120 year old cellars.

  • Yatir

    The Yatir region, located in the southern tip of the Judean Hills, has a rich and fascinating history of wine production. Passersby and onlookers can view the extensive and impressive wine press, a testament to a developed wine industry of over 2500 years, dating back to the first reign of the kings of Judah. A large center of Jewish settlement existed in this region between the periods of the destruction of the Second Temple to the inception of the Islamic period. The livelihood of these early farmers was based mostly on growing and processing grapes and olives. The region was known as one of the finest for growing vines for the purpose of winemaking and from this very region wines were later exported to Egypt, Rome and across Israel.

    David Ben Gurion had a dream of making the Negev region bloom and blossom and so when he wanted to plant a forest in the Yatir region, he consulted with selected experts to guide him through the process. After numerous discussions and assessments, the agronomists determined that the region, which was overly dry and warm, was unsuitable for planting trees. Ben Gurion had other plans in mind however: “Replace the experts!” he said and rightfully so. The forest, which borders the desert and which was planted in a semi-arid region, became one of Israel’s largest forests (stretching across approximately 40,000 dunams). The forest was named after the Levite biblical city of Yatir, whose ruins remained in great destruction. The site serves as a green lung and a hiking site, as well as an experimental model for innovative methods for combating desertification. The forest became a significant ecological tool and over the past several years has been researched by numerous scientists. In the heart of the largest planted forest in Israel, in valleys and slopes surrounded by a myriad of trees, such as Jerusalem Oaks, carob, pistachios, pine and olive trees, the Yatir Winery vineyards were planted.

    The Yatir Winery was built at the foot of the Israelite Tel Arad Fort (an archeological site), located 10 minutes away from the vineyards of the Yatir Forest. This small and exclusive winery was founded in 2000 as a joint venture between local vine-growers and the Carmel Winery, who recognized the extraordinary potential of the Yatir region. These days the winery produces 150,000 bottles. Over the years, this southern winery, located in the heart of the desert, has turned into a symbol of the region. Its wines, which have been repeatedly awarded with high scores, exceptional recognition and medals, have been rated in recent years among Israel’s top wines by local as well as international wine critics.

  • Recanati

    Recanati Winery is located in Emek Hefer (the Hefer Valley) in a building resembling a Spanish homestead. The winery facility includes temperature controlled stainless steel fermentation and storage tanks, a temperature and humidity controlled barrel room, a bottling and packaging facility, the winery store and a well-appointed private tasting room, imbued with warmth by its heavy wooden furniture and carpets.

    The relatively new commercial boutique winery is the fulfillment of a dream. Businessman and wine enthusiast Lenny Recanati remembers wine being prepared in his parents? home. His entry into the world of wine, however, occurred when he received a gift of a wine course 15 years ago. Uri Shaked, owner of Shaked Ltd., distributors of imported and local wines and spirits, is a partner in the winery.

    Visitors to the winery are exposed to the secrets of winemaking, from the crushing and pressing of grapes to tasting the finished wines or even barrel and tank samples.

    Grapes received at the winery are treated with the utmost care. They are manually harvested, transported in 400 kilogram bins, then crushed, cooled, and transferred to the winery?s fermentation tanks (for red wine processing) or loaded directly to the winery’s pneumatic press in the case of white wines. The sophisticated, state-of-the-art bottling system is programmed to handle more than ten thousand bottles daily with virtually no oxygen pickup in the bottling process. In the large barrel room, cold temperatures and clouds of mist often conceal the hundred of barrels arranged in tiers up to the ceiling. The thermometer reads 12-14?C and the humidity is relatively high, around 85%. The wine ages in a variety of French, Hungarian, and American oak barrels, produced by some of the finest coopers working in Europe and America.

  • Tzora

    Located high in the Judean Hills, Shoresh vineyard has a wide range of small parcels varying in elevation and soils, such as Moza Marl, Terra-Rosa and deep bands of limestone. Consequently, grape varieties are planted according to their optimized needs. This natural variation gives birth to an array of terroirs, which create wines of great complexity and longevity.

  • Binyamina

    Binyamina Winery was founded in 1952 by Joseph Zeltzer. He immigrated to Israel from Hungary infused with a passion to continue being a winemaker, as he’d been in his country of birth. Zeltzer originally named the winery Eliaz, after his son who fell in battle during Israel’s War of Independence in 1948. He soon began making wine in the center of what was then considered Israel’s official wine region.

    The site for the factory was chosen because jasmine plants, which were used to manufacture perfume essence, grew abundantly in the area. The factory eventually failed, closing its doors in 1937. Other than its occasional use as a hiding place for members of the Hagana movement, the Jewish underground, the building remained abandoned until the establishment of the State of Israel.

    At that time, Zeltzer’s longing for a winery to manufacture sweet wines and liqueurs led him to the heart of Binyamina, the hub of Israel’s wine region. Here, with vineyards right on his doorstep, Zeltzer set up his operations in the former perfume factory building with its rich and remarkable history.

    Zeltzer’s winery originally specialized in sweet wines, simple table wines and liqueurs, and was made from grapes only from vineyards in the Binyamina region. At that time, all winemakers had to work through the Carmel Mizrachi wine cooperative. David Ben Gurion, Israel’s first Prime Minister, personally intervened on Zeltzer’s behalf to pass a law allowing Zeltzer to receive a small amount of grapes for independent wine production. The winery became known mainly for its fine quality liqueurs and brandy produced under the Hard Nut Liqueur label, named in honor of Ben Gurion, who was famously known as a “hard nut to crack.”

    Although it always remained privately owned, the winery changed hands several times until the mid-1990s. Bankers, real estate professionals and movie producers viewed the winery as an Israeli treasure where agriculture, industry and Zionism converged. It was finally purchased in the early 1990s by movie industry executives, who gained full control in 1996. Wasting no time, they invested enormous resources to transform Binyamina into one of Israel’s leading wineries. Over the ensuing 14 years, they invested in upgrading the vineyards to obtain the best quality raw materials, purchasing the finest wine production equipment and establishing one of Israel’s finest barrel cellars. They also renamed the winery, which has been known as Binyamina Winery since the mid-1990s.

    In August 2008, the winery was purchased by private investors who recognized the winery’s immense potential and sought to continue its role as a leader in Israel’s wine sector. To this day, they continue to invest regularly and unsparingly in the vineyards, premises, equipment and human resources.

  • Dalton

    The Harunis worked alongside local farmers from Kerem Ben-Zimra village (KBZ) and international winemaking consultant, John Worontschak, to produce the winery’s first vintages at a small local facility. Soon enough, these wines achieved great success, and along with an increasing demand for quality Israeli wines, the winery grew at an impressive rate.

    In 2002, winemaker Naama Sorkin joined the team, leading production from 300,000 bottles to 1,000,000 bottles annually. Recognizing the importance of controlling the quality of grapes grown for our wines, we soon began developing our own vineyards. Managed by the winery’s viticulture department, Dalton Winery now controls and manages 80 hectares (800 dunam/ 200 acres) of vineyards in the Galilee, which provide some of the finest wine grapes in the country. Positioned as a true Estate Winery, this approach enables us to maintain the highest standard of quality and care in every bottle.

    The Year 2015, marked not only our 20th anniversary, but introduced a new era as well. Alex Haruni, our proprietor, took on the role of CEO and President. In addition, Tzachi Sternberg joined the team as

    General Manager, and the departure of Naama Sorkin led to the arrival of Guy Eshel who assumed the winemaker’s role.

    Eshel, like Sorkin, arrived at Dalton following a period of education and work experience abroad. He brings to the winery a fresh take on the creative winegrowing processes, focusing on Dalton’s superb reputation, quality and excellence, while constantly exploring new and innovative ideas along with the rest of the team. We understand the significance of each and every detail along the winemaking process, from identifying the effects of climate, to choosing the perfect fruits, creating the best blends and making sure our standards are met right until the moment each wine is opened and savored.

    We believe in the power of any given moment, and always
    prepare our wines with our customers in mind. It is about them: their moments, their choices, their tastes and their enjoyment. We are proud to offer you the chance to pause for pleasure with Dalton wines.

  • Tanya

    Tanya winery is a family owned boutique, one of the first boutique wineries in Israel.

    The winery in it’s vineyards are located in the Binyamin region, north of jerusalem, 840 meters above sea level.

    We believe in living a simple and natural life, as freemen.

    Just like in the ancient days, when vines were grown in our area, we as well believe that the life in the vineyard and the winery is a natural way to connect to the earth and man and is a true spiritual experience. The wine we make is a fulfilment of the freedom, and the celebration of life, living it as fully as possible.

  • Golan

    In the Golan Heights, in this breathtaking strip of land, everything begins with the right conditions – volcanic basaltic soil, suitable topography and cool high-altitude climate. This unique combination is what gives the Golan Heights its second name – “wine country.” Golan Heights Winery marketing its wines under four leading brands – Yarden, Gamla, Mount Hermon and Golan. The Winery is considered Israel’s leading winery when it comes to wine quality, technological innovation, and new variety development.

  • Teperberg 1870

    Founded in 1870 by the Teperberg family in the Old City of Jerusalem, the winery relocated in 1964 to Motza, on the outskirts of Jerusalem. A few years ago Teperberg once again relocated to its current location in Kibbutz Tzora and officially changed its name from Efrat first to “Teperberg 1870” and then subsequently dropping the 1870 as well (although the winery continues to use the Efrat name to market and sell the lower-tier wines).  Up approximately five years ago, the winery was mostly known for producing overly sweet and heavy Kiddush wines that were of no interest to anyone other than the soldiers looking for a Friday-night Kiddush buzz.  I recently had a bout of nostalgia when informed that the army had ended its custom of serving heavy sweet wine every Friday night on bases around the country after apparently determining that serving alcoholic beverages to on-duty teen-agers with machine guns wasn’t the best idea and replaced the wine with grape juice.  The winery had made a prior attempt in the early 1990s to make quality table wine but did not have any lasting success in that arena at the time.  The seeds for the real winds of change were planted in 2002 when the winery brought California-trained winemaker Shiki Rauchberger on board with the mandate to create a quality wine-portfolio and convert the winery from a bulk producer of low-end plonk to a quality wine producer.  In one word – success!

  • Tulip

    In 2003 the vision of the Yitzhaki family was born.
    Tulip Winery was established out of a great love for wine and a huge love for people.
    The combination of quality wines alongside contribution to the community has become a milestone.
    The hillside in Kfar Tikva, a small and pastoral settlement for a population with special needs, was the natural and perfect place to establish the winery. The exciting and successful model of employing community members and creating the platform for their integration into the labor market as one person, has created an exceptional, strong, inseparable and rooted connection.


    The passion for creating unique, bold and groundbreaking wines is what drives us forward. The spirit of "Tulip" entrepreneurship allows us to continue to lead with creativity, innovation, professionalism and sensitivity.

  • 1848 Winery

    This winery is the proud result of a long history of winemaking continuity beginning in 1848, through generations of the Shor family, and was founded by the 8th generation of the family. The quality wines produced combine the knowledge and experience gathered by the family through 163 years of winemaking with determination, knowledge, professionalism, and desire to explore new and exceptional classic wines. To succeed and fulfill the vision and dream of producing excellent wines, our boutique winery does not compromise professionally or technologically. The noble grape varieties which arrive at the winery are grown at selected mature vineyards planted in quality wine regions where the “terroir” is optimal.

    The vineyards are densely planted as at the best of French wineries. Our professional winemaking team works tirelessly to assure high quality winemaking procedures throughout the production and aging of the bottles.

    The grapes for the wines of 1848 were harvested at selected vineyards adjacent to the Gilboa Mountains Ridge. These unique vineyards planted on high density clay soil were carefully chosen by the winery’s agronomist and winemaker. The location of the vineyards at outstanding “terroir” contributes to the quality of the grapes and their unique winemaking potential.

  • Vitkin

    The Vitkin Winery was established on the Rutenberg-Belogolovsky farmhold in Vitkin Village, during the 2001 harvest, by Doron and Sharona Belogolovsky and Sharona’s brother – Assaf Paz. ‘Vitkin’ is a family run boutique winery, considered to be one of the most fascinating in the Israeli wine industry, by virtue of its expertise in producing original wines from varieties which have not yet reached their potential: Carignan, Viognier, Gewürztraminer, Cabernet Franc, Johannesburg Riesling, Petite Sirah, Pinot Noir, and other surprises. Vitkin Wines can be found in the leading restaurants and distinctive wine shops

  • Galil Mountain

    In the Upper Galilee, near Kibbutz Yiron, we discovered the beauty of a free-flowing connection with nature. Experiencing this connection led to the establishment of a winery whose approach and actions are free and creative.

     We work with nature, and generate sustainable relationships with the earth and the vineyards growing from within it. It’s important for us to maintain that which exists. To serve life in this environment. To give back.

  • Jérusalem Hills
  • Odem Mountain

    The Odem Mountain Winery was founded by Edit and Michael Alfasi and their children in 2003, after much thought, deliberation and planning. We dreamed of establishing a family farming and tourism business, together with our children, who longed to root their lives in the Golan, out of a love of wine. All these came together – to create a boutique family winery specializing in unique, creative and quality wines.
    But above all – delicious.

    The winery was built at our home in Moshav Odem, in the heart of a beautiful oak forest in the northern Golan. It is the northernmost winery in Israel, 1,100 meters above sea level, surrounded by an impressive oak and pine forest. In winter the vineyard is wrapped in pure white snow, and in summer the weather is temperate and pleasant.

  • Or Haganuz

    Or Haganoz Winery is a boutique winery that was established in 2005 in the heart of the wine region in the Galilee, at the foot of Mount Meron and aims to produce high quality wine, in a real "boutique" atmosphere. From the old vineyards, the vines are carefully selected, for each wine series separately. The matching and identity between the plots and the different wines, makes the whole production process more personal. The unique recipe that combines the quality of the vineyards and the special treasures of the Mount Meron area, the proximity to the places where the sacred conditions lived. .

  • Netofa

    Netofa Winery was founded in 2006 built with a passion for wine and love of the land, productivity and fieldwork. We offer elegant fine wines with subtle body and complex aromas and flavors. The winery’s vineyards, situated among the foothills of Mt. Tabor in the heart of the Lower Galilee, feature a wide range of grape varieties: Syrah, Mourvèdre, Tempranillo, Touriga Nacional, Chenin Blanc and Roussane. This unique terroir is the ideal habitat for the development of the Mediterranean varieties and greatly contributes to bringing out the fruit’s qualities and characteristics. In charge of the exacting work and production are vintner Pierre Miodownik with his many years of experience making wine in France, Spain and Portugal, and Yitzhak Tor, who lives and breathes the vineyards and the Land of Israel for many years. These two friends and others share a passion for creating fine Israeli wine through manual labor in the Holy Land.

    Netofa Winery is a place for people who love. Who love wine, who love people, who love to host and who love to live. We’re proud of our family and enjoy sharing our days (and nights) with this amazing bunch. If we were to show pictures of all of our partners along the way we’d need an endless page, and for this we are grateful. Now here is just a little taste…

  • Ella Valley

    Au 20e siècle, seul un petit nombre d'établissements vinicoles exploités en Israël, produisant des vins populaires, en conformité avec les exigences du marché. Ce n'est que vers la fin du 20e siècle, que des signes de changement culinaires et culturelles ont commencé à apparaître, et que la culture du vin a émergé.Les temps étaient mûrs pour une nouvelle cave d'un niveau international, qui réussissent à produire au-dessus de 100 000 bouteilles par an, tout en garantissant la qualité de prime pour tous ses vins.Danny Valero , directeur du projet, a complété une spécialisation en culture de la vigne dans la Napa Valley. Rejoint par un investisseur étranger, il a commencé à travailler sur ce problème complexe.Suite à son credo selon lequel "Excellent vin est fait avec des raisins qui poussent dans d'excellentes zones d'excellent", Danny a entrepris un voyage à travers Israël, au volant de sa voiture 4x4, avec son chien noir, l'équipement requis pour l'analyse des sols et le climat, ainsi que d'une détermination sans faille et d'imagination. Après avoir conduit à travers le pays dans toutes les directions, Danny réglé pour le lieu où tout s'est mis - les résultats scientifiques, le contexte historique et une vue à couper le souffle, avec un sentiment insondable de certitude -. La vallée d'Ella Après une analyse détaillée de la zone, les parcelles de terres et des types de raisins ont été sélectionnés et le premier vignoble a été planté.Le vignoble a été planté Aderet en 1998, utilisant une technologie avancée fait venir de Californie. Tout en préparant le terrain, les travailleurs ont découvert une ancien pressoir et les restes d'un règlement datant de la période du Second Temple - Itry Hurvat . Cette découverte confirme la conviction que la nouvelle cave serait, en effet, être continue une tradition historique de la production de vin dans la région. En 2001, la cave a été construite à proximité du kibboutz Netiv Il Halamed, dirigé par Udi Kaplan , qui gère encore la cave, et sous surveillance étroite du Doron Rav honorable . Les machines les plus avancées et de meilleure qualité dans le monde a été acheté pour la cave. Tout était prêt pour la première récolte.Dès le début, il a été décidé que la cave ne ferait que produire des vins casher, mais qu'il n'y aurait pas de compromis sur la qualité. Selon les lois de la cacheroute et de compréhension en profondeur de vin, la vigne atteint sa maturité précisément au moment où ils pourraient être récoltés - basé sur les lois relatives aux casher les fruits des trois premières années de la vie d'un arbre.Par une nuit froide de Septembre 2002, la récolte a commencé, et les premières grappes de raisins ont été portées à la vigne. En mai 2004, après deux ans d'attente tendue, la série de vins haut de gamme a été lancée, dévoilant un nouveau nom pour le monde du vin israélien: la Wineries Ella Valley.Les premiers vins, Ever Rouge 2002, le Cabernet Sauvignon 2002, Merlot 2002 et Desert Muscat 2002, établir une norme particulièrement élevée de la profondeur, la complexité et la précision qui caractérisent caves beaucoup plus vieux et plus gros. Les vins a connu un succès immédiat dans les restaurants et les commerces, et a attiré les éloges de la critique et les professionnels.Aujourd'hui, après cinq années et plus d'un million de bouteilles libérés, la marque «Ella Valley Wineries» représente un sceau de qualité sans compromis à la fois en Israël et parmi les aficionados en Europe, aux Etats-Unis et au Japon.

  • Shimshon
  • Hevron Heights

    Hevron heights winery : Decouvrez une selection de grands vins D'Israel provenant du coeur de Judee LES GRANDS VINS DE HEVRON.

  • Shiloh

    The Winery
    Shiloh Winery - Ancient Roots, Modern Winery.

    Wine has always been a part of Jewish tradition. The abundance of biblical winepresses discovered in present-day Shiloh attests to this, and is the root of our modern winery. Established in 2005, the winery overlooks the breathtaking Shiloh River and Samarian Hills in what most studies have found to be the most ancient wine terroir in the world. Selecting only the best grapes from this region, we combine state-of-the-art technology with the uncompromising professionalism of winemaker Amichai Luria. The result: wines that sweep awards at international wine competitions and are sought after by connoisseurs around the world.

    Biblical Shiloh
    Quality grapes and wine production have been associated with the Shiloh region for thousands of years. When Jacob blesses Joseph, he says:  "From the God of your father will be your help, and the Almighty will bless you, blessings from the heavens above, blessings from the deeps that lie beneath…” (Genesis 49:25). With this enduring blessing in mind, the unspoiled landscape all around, and an immeasurable love of the land, entrepreneur Dr. Mayer Chomer could not resist founding the Shiloh Winery in this region.

    Our Logo
    The bull is the symbol of the tribe of Joseph. With its strength and passion for leadership, as well as its humility and dedication to hard work, the bull represents an integral part of the essence of Joseph and Shiloh. It symbolizes our history, our wines, and our commitment to create for the future with the utmost respect for our past. “His glory is like the first-born of his bull, and his horns are like the horns of the wild ox…” (Deuteronomy 33:17).

    Personal Touch
    Three thousand years ago, King David wrote: “Wine gladdens the heart of Man” (Psalms 104:15). To this day, whether welcoming the Sabbath or bidding it farewell, celebrating holidays or special occasions, or elevating a simple meal with a touch of class, there will always be wine in the Jewish home. In ancient times, the Land of Israel's agricultural success provided its residents and the Jews of the Diaspora with wine.  The Shiloh Winery team takes great pleasure in shipping its high quality wines from this unique region, to Jewish families and communities all over the world.

  • Bravdo

    Our winery is an estate winery, meaning a winery located within its vineyards. Our vineyards: Kerem Lavan, Kerem Tzvi, Kerem Nahal Shaham, and Kerem Tabach Gezer differ in the varieties planted in them. Our wines are Singel Vinyard wines, wines always produced from the same vineyard.

  • Barkan

    Barkan was founded in 1990, by Yair Lerner and Shmuel Boxer. They immediately set forth on a program of modernization and the planting of vineyards, which they saw as the key to the production of fine wine and expansion of the company. Today Barkan receives grapes from vineyards from all the best regions in Israel; such as the Golan Heights, the Upper Galilee and the Lebanese border area, the lower Galilee and Tavor, the Jerusalem mountains, and Israel’s south, around Mitzpe Ramon.

    This winery, located on a 50,000 square meter area, includes a 12 million liter tank farm, an automated crushing and fermentation plant, and a 10000 square meter air conditioned filling and case storage building. As the second largest winery in Israel, Barkan receives over 8000 tons of grapes during the harvest, and devotes nights and days throughout the year to ensure that the fruit received from the vineyard is the best possible. This devotion continues with all of the staff through harvest, winemaking, bottling, marketing and sales; all done to ensure that the bottle that you open will be the best that can be made.

  • Alexander

    Alexander winery, founded by winemaker Yoram Shalom in Tel-Aviv in 1996, was relocated to Beit Yitzhak, a Moshav in Hefer Valley. It began as a small family venture but grew into a successful boutique winery. Since 2006 the winery products are Kosher and in 2007 it became under the Kosher supervision of “Beit Joseph”.

    Yoram began as a child watching his father, Alexander Shalom, making wine at home. His interest grew through contact with vintners and winemakers in Israel and abroad. Eventually he resigned from his job and switched full time to winemaking and a winery owner.

    His dedication made him more public sought after. Yoram combines traditional and modern wine production concepts with up to date technologies. Quality grapes are a prerequisite for quality wine production. He found special vineyards to serve as sources for his winery. Three vineyards were chosen for their their elevation, soil type and depth, slope and slope aspect relative to the sun, wind directions and force, planting density and row direction. Winemakers must also work cooperatively with the vineyards managers to, in order to obtain the best quality grapes.

    Additionally, the winery should enable the winemaker to “groom and husband”, and ensure a maximal retention of the grape attributes and qualities of the wine.

  • Montefiore

    Kerem Montefiore est une petite cave-boutique, créée pour célébrer le 150e anniversaire de la fondation de Michkenot par Sir Moses Montefiore. Ce était la première quartier construit en dehors des murs de la vieille ville de Jérusalem et ce était de devenir la pierre angulaire de la Jérusalem moderne. Lorsque le terrain a été acheté par Moïse Montefiore en 1855, il était connu comme "Kerem Moshe Montefiore v 'Yehudit' - Moïse et Vignoble de Judith Montefiore. La zone a ensuite été divisé en deux quartiers, Michkenot et Yemin Moshe.

  • Matar Pelter Winery

    Matar by Pelter Winery - Endeavour | Renewal | Challenge Pelter Winery, situated in the Golan Heights of northern Israel, was established by Tal Pelter in 2002. Tal began producing wines on the family farm, situated at Moshav Zofit in central Israel. What began as a pilot that resulted in 4000 bottles in 2002, became a fully-fledged business in 2005. Matar Winery Under the guidance and tutelage of Tal, Matar Winery was established in 2014. The idea of creating a kosher wine label developed over the years naturally as part of Pelter Winery’s continued growth. The goal was to expand on existing operations and to welcome a larger and more diverse audience into the customer circle. Soil | Spirit | Water The winery’s vineyards are located throughout Israel, from north to south, which provides flexibility and leeway. It is important to choose a grape variety that is grown in its optimal growing region to ensure quality fruit. The wine is produced in the Golan Heights, The Golan Region is characterized by: cold dry climate, day/night temperature differentials, basalt soil, high altitude, and high levels of sun radiation. Together these factors create slow, long ripening, a variety of taste depths and high quality grapes. These advantages were enhanced by the open spaces so rare in Israel, and the Golan Heights was selected as the ideal location for both the business and the family.  The philosophy of Pelter & Matar Winery encompasses three main principles:  Vitality Tal is creating distinctive wines that combine the local essence with fresh intensity of the northern Golan vineyards Quality Pelter Winery takes pride in quality, working with precision, care and personal attention in everything from the selection of grapes to customer service. Tal works with a skillful touch to match grapes with optimal barrels, often choosing a mixture of old and new woods to create grape blends that reflect his personal preferences. Combining both science and art, Tal’s approach to winemaking is a balance of experience, skill and intuition.  Family All stages of production are handled by members of the family – from selection of grapes, barrels and blends, to bottling, marketing and distribution. These collaborative efforts produced some 80,000 bottles in 2008, while preserving the winery’s rustic, intimate character. The winemaker: Tal Pelter, Winemaker and co-owner of Pelter and Matar Wineries. Continuing the family’s farming tradition, Tal studied agriculture at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel, specializing in land and water use. In 1998, he began two years of viticulture studies at Curtin University in Western Australia, earning a bachelor’s degree with honors. In 2001, Tal returned to Israel with a vision of establishing his own winery. After the sudden and unexpected passing of his mother Tiva in 2002, Tal founded Pelter Winery in her honor. Supported and assisted by the extended family, Tal embarked on a personal and enthusiastic journey to produce premium wines in Israel. Nir Pelter, C.E.O and co-owner of Pelter and Matar Wineries. Nir was highly motivated by the independent spirit of the business, the teamwork, and the excitement of being a part of a new venture. During the past two years, Tal and Nir decided to establish Matar, a premium brand Kosher winery.

  • La Citadelle Diamant

    La Citadel de Diamant Winery started with Provencal-style rosé wines and now also produces high quality red wines. The winery is located in the village of Ruth, under the management of the Israeli-French businessman Lauren Amsalem. Lauren is a friend of businessman David Marciano and Patrick Habbo, the previous owner of Titura Winery and together with French winemaker Maxim Gammard produce quality wines that are exported to the US and Europe.

  • Meron Winery
  • Segal
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