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Ancient Israel, Middle East & Eastern Mediterranean A Wine History

Somewhere on the map of the Eastern Mediterranean the art of winemaking was perfected and wine culture was established for later generations. It is a sobering thought that this area was the France or Italy of ancient times in what was a golden age of wine. more »
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Israel Flam ? from Mass Market to Boutique

Israel Flam, one of the main figures of the Israel wine industry, left Carmel Winery. more »
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New World Class Wines From An Ancient Land

By: Adam S. Montefiore
Israel is a ?new world? wine country, more »
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More Information on Israeli Wine

For those looking for further information on Israeli wine
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Improved with Age

By: Adam Montefiore
The story of kosher wine is a journey from sweet sacramental wines to world class single vineyard wines. There are now so many kosher wineries of every possible wine style. more »
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Daniel Rogov’s Views & Tasting Notes

Daniel Rogov is by far Israel's most famous wine critic and both wineries and consumers, professionals and amateurs eagerly await Rogov's judgement after he visits the wineries each year. more »
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Ten Reasons To Explain The Success of Family Flam

Flam Winery has come from nowhere to be ranked the number three winery in Israel by both Rogov?s Guide To Israeli Wines and Hugh Johnson?s Pocket Wine Book, the main domestic & international wine guides. It is now Israel?s leading winery, which produces non kosher wines. more »
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The Shor Family – A Story of Wine

There are three Shor owned wineries, all situated in Mishor Adumim. more »
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A Tribute To Peter Stern

In Israel there has been a revolution in both viticulture and vinification techniques ensuring the quality wine .
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Israelis Get A Taste For Alcohol

Jews are more associated with eating than drinking. more »
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