Red and White: A hotel bar without the hotel

As the warmer season rapidly approaches, the Red and White wine bar is ready to offer guests who are slowly emerging from their winter slumber a unique and exclusive experience.

April 13, 2017 15:58
Red and White wine

Red and White brings the ‘experience of boutique Israeli kosher wines’ to thirsty Jerusalem patrons. (photo credit: PR)


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Israel has been making some pretty good wines lately, and over the past few years, Jerusalem has been opening nice wine bars scattered around town showcasing these fermented grape libations to locals and tourists alike.

The newest kid in town, Red and White, is using its strategic downtown location to lure in customers to have a sip of the good life.


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