“The sophistication of the Israeli Wine Industry has outstripped any existing wine map of Israel. There is a movement afoot to develop a new map.”
Fun fact: Champagne was often called the devil’s wine because of the bottle exploding or cork popping that occurred because of the inner pressure.
Among Israel’s many boutique wineries, Jezreel Valley Winery stands out.
And show off your inner wine snob.
— Canadian authorities withdrew a guideline that prevented goods produced in the West Bank from being labeled “Made in Israel.” In a st…
When winemaker Jeff Morgan of Covenant Winery read a piece in the Forward making the case against kosher wine, he decided to weight in.
One possibility is the dabouki, a white wine described as “cashewlike” and “a little bit tropical.”
An Israeli winemaker explains what makes kosher wine kosher — and why he’s opposed.
Ido Lewinsohn, 35, produces a white wine and a red wine in his parents’ garage that are considered among Israel’s 10 best.
Israel’s newest wineries aren’t in the Galilee or the Golan, they’re in apartments and garages. Religious and secular Israelis are making their own wine for the dinner table and holidays.