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The unabashedly Land-of-Israel winery marks record sales in the US and is now selling to Christian supporters alongside the traditional American Jewish market.

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
May 6, 2015 12:18
Psagot Winery

Psagot Winery. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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‘If I was afraid of the boycott, I would need to find a different story, but this is our story,” says Yaakov Berg, the founder of the Psagot Winery in the West Bank.

Perched 900 meters above sea level on the windswept hills north of Jerusalem, the winery – with its trademark Second Temple-era coin replicated on every bottle – is unapologetically vintage Land of Israel and takes special pride in its location, as well as its history.

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