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A “Bunch” of Israeli Wines

By: Daniel Rogov

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Gamla Brut

Gamla Brut sparkling wine shows off bright yet delicate notes of orange blossoms and green apples, layered with hints of tropical
fruits, wild strawberries and fresh flowers.
The flavor is crisp and clean, leaving one with the desire for another sip.
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2004 Yarden Cabernet Sauvignon El Rom Vineyard

Golan Heights Winery launched a new premium wine: the 2004 Yarden Cabernet Sauvignon El Rom Vineyard. The wine joins a line of previous single vineyard wines from this vineyard that were produced from the 2001 and 2003 vintages.
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Tishbi Port-Style Dessert Wine

n celebration of Jonathan Tishbi's 66 successful vintages, an exceptional special edition fortified red dessert wine
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Pre State – 1848-1948

In the Israel of the nineteenth century, a few small wineries were owned by Jews. These were small household presses catering mainly to local consumption and religious needs. more »
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The National Variety of Israel

It is an oddity that in Israel there are no indigenous wine varieties. more »
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Religious Connection

To Jews there is no communal, religious or family life without wine. Each Sabbath starts with an act of blessing, the Kiddush or ?Sanctification? is chanted over a cup of wine: ?Blessed are you O Lord, Our God??for creating the fruit of the vine.? more »
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Tasting Notes from the Yoav-Yehuda Festival

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Flam, Karmei Yosef & Sea Horse

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Yair Margalit ? The Wine Professor

Dr. Yair Margalit has been a constant figure of the Israeli wine scene during the last 20 + years. more »
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