Adam Montefiore is a wine industry veteran who has helped spearhead the advance of Israeli wines worldwide. Born in London, he worked in the English wine trade before moving to Israel in 1989. During the 1990's he worked for the Golan Heights Winery and since the early 2000's, for both Carmel Winery and its subsidiary, Yatir Winery. He remains a passionate advocate of Israeli wine.
He is co-author of The Wine Route of Israel and Wines of Israel. He is also a contributor to The Oxford Companion To Wine, the Pocket Wine Book and The Book of New Israeli Food.
He frequently writes about wine in both Israeli and international publications.
He has written his Wine Talk column for The Jerusalem Post since 2010.
He lives with his wife, Jill, in Ra’anana, north of Tel Aviv. He has three children and two grandchildren.
Email Adam at firstname.lastname@example.org