Tour Israel: The story behind the bottle

If you really want to understand how wine is produced, though, you need to actually go to a winery and check it out firsthand.

By MEITAL SHARABI
December 8, 2016 13:58
The Kishor Winery

The Kishor Winery. (photo credit: YAIR UNA)

 
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 Last week the Mediterranean International Wine & Spirits Challenge-TerraVino celebrated its 10th anniversary and held its annual Grape Man contest. Contestants submitted hundreds of wines from around the world, and of course from Israel, and a professional wine tasting contest was held. Although the contest was not open to the public, everyone was invited afterwards to meet the people involved in the production of Israeli wines.

If you really want to understand how wine is produced, though, you need to actually go to a winery and check it out firsthand. The following is a list of five of the top wineries that participated in the contest.

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