Israeli Wine News
  • Auction of Fine and Rare Vintage Kosher Wines

    Auction of Fine & Rare Vintage Kosher Wines, September 22, 2011, New York City

    The Auction of Fine and Rare Vintage Kosher Wines will take place on Thursday, September 22nd at 7pm in the Penthouse Solarium and Terrace of the Roger Smith Hotel located at 501 Lexington Avenue in New York City. The auction is organized by Kestenbaum & […]

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    Vinisud 2012, February 20-22, 2012, Languedoc-Roussillon, France

    Vinisud 2012, the International Exhibition of Mediterranean Wines and Spirits, will be held February 20-22, 2012 at the Montpellier Parc des Expositions, Languedoc-Roussillon, France. Israeli wine producers will present their wines at the Vinisud 2012.

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    ISRAWINEXPO 2012, 21-23 February 2012, Tel Aviv

    The ISRAWINEXPO 2012 will be held at the Israel Trade Fairs and Convention Center, the Exhibition Gardens, Tel Aviv. The 4th International Wines Exhibition in Israel organized by the Israel Trade Fairs and Convention Center, in cooperation with The Israeli Wine Magazine, Grape Man – […]

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  • Israeli Wine Market at a Glance

    The Israeli wine industry is small compared with such wine producing countries as France, Italy and Spain, but Israel wine market is growing steadily driven by demand for kosher wines in export markets, changing local gourmet arena with Israeli public developing taste for fine wines […]

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    Wine World Cup, a Gran Vinitaly Special Award, Goes to Golan Heights Winery

    It is the first time that the Gran Vinitaly Special Award has been assigned by the jury to an Israeli wine-maker. The “Wine World Cup” goes to Golan Heights Winery based in Katztrin (Israel). The 2011 edition of the International Wine Competition rewarded the Golan […]

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  • Merlot 2008, Ben-David Winery

    Merlot 2008, Ben-David Winery

    Merlot 2008, by Ben David Winery, is produced from Merlot grapes grown in vineyards adjoining Moshav Keren-Ben-Zimrah, in the distinctive climate unique to the Admon Hills, 840 m above sea level. The wine exremely delicate, fruity and refreshing with slight raspberry and cherry undertones.

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    Sion Creek Red Wine 2009

    Sion Creek Red 2009 of Golan Heights Winery is a dry and pleasant, high acidity refreshing wine, a little bit too high on tannins.

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  • Nahal HaPirim Dry Red Wine 2005

    Nahal HaPirim Dry Red Wine 2005

    Nahal HaPirim is named for the long vertical wells connected to an ancient aqueduct built by King Herod 2000 years ago. Today, at this very place, the vineyards of the Gush Etzion Winery are located. This wine is produced from 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot, […]

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  • Ramim Cabernet Sauvignon 2008

    Ramim Cabernet Sauvignon 2008

    Ramim Cabernet Sauvignon 2008 is a light and fruity dry red wine produced by Ramim Winery in Moshav Shachar and sold in retail at bargain prices – about NIS 30.

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  • Barkan Classic 2009

    Barkan Classic 2009

    On the eve of Rosh HaShana Barkan Winery has launched a promotion campaign for its line Barkan Classic 2009, young inexpensive wines. We have tested Galil Merlot, Dan Shiraz, Galil Cabernet Sauvignon and Samson Sauvignon Blanc and found all of them good table wines – […]

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