Wine Talk: Pioneer of the Galilee

Considering that the English-speaking countries are highly involved in producing and selling wine, it is surprising that there aren’t many wineries here with an Anglo influence.

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September 1, 2016 16:25
Dalton Winery

In the vineyards of Dalton Winery. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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When I lived in England, I was known for being Jewish. Having come to live in Israel, I instead became known as a “Brit” or “Anglo,” which is short for Anglo-Saxon. An Anglo covers anyone from an English-speaking country.

Considering that the English-speaking countries are highly involved in producing and selling wine, it is surprising that there aren’t many wineries here with an Anglo influence.

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