Revelry in Ra’anana

The upcoming fourth annual wine festival is expected to be bigger and better than ever before.

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Twenty wineries will be pouring out tastings for thirsty wine-lovers in Ra’anana Park next week, and for the first time the festival will feature beer. Fans of suds can taste the products of seven Israeli microbreweries, with beer on tap as well as bottles to take home and taste in private.

Hard cider and hard lemonade, both new in Israel, will also be on sale. The local hard lemonade is said to be much tastier than the famous American product.

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