Wine Talk: An ultimate guide

Daniel Rogov’s ‘Guide to Israeli Wines’ has been published, giving local wine lovers a last chance to learn from the late author’s vast knowledge.

December 7, 2011 10:19
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The ultimate, and final, The Ultimate Rogov’s Guide to Israeli Wines has been published. It contains nearly 687 pages. Last year’s version had a mere 603 pages! This year there is no international kosher wine guide nor a version in Hebrew as there was in the 2011 edition. The book is published by Toby Press, which has provided a wonderful service to Israeli wine over the years. Rogov’s Guide 2005, the first, was published at the end of 2004. This new edition is the eighth and last in the series.

It is the final edition because of the untimely death of the author, Daniel Rogov, nearly two months ago. Rogov was for 30 years Israel’s most famous wine critic and the voice of the Israel wine renaissance. He came to the fore writing about food and wine in The Jerusalem Post. However, it was the annual Rogov’s Guide to Israeli Wines that really made him a household name.


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