Wine Talk: Sustainable quality

A winemaker introduces eco-friendly, organic vineyards to Israel.

August 18, 2016 11:35
Israel Winery

CEO of Tabor Winery Oren Sela and viticulturist Michal Akerman. (photo credit: TABOR WINERY.)


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In a praiseworthy development, Tabor Winery has created the first ecological vineyard in Israel by fulfilling the guidelines laid down by the Society of the Preservation of Nature in Israel, over a three-year period. Furthermore, it intends to extent this policy to 90 percent of its vineyards.

An ecological vineyard is more known as self-sustainable in wine terms overseas. This fits into a range of environmentally friendly standards in the vineyard, which are good for the health of the surroundings, the quality of the vines and also the soul of the practitioners.


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