grapes in israel

Tulip: Good wine and good deeds

“I work in bottling the wine,” he said with a big grin. “I really like it.”

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
12/10/2019
Wine Talk: A conversation between two living things

“Behind every glass of wine, there is the grape, the story of the winemaker – and your own story,” Roni Saslove says.

Winetalk: Wine of kings, king of wines

These days, some progressive wineries are making less heavy, more refreshing modern versions of Commandaria that are giving new energy to the brand.

Jerusalem Hills: Home to dozens of successful wineries

More and more vintners have realized that the land in this region is perfect for growing grapes, and thus an extensive boutique winery industry has blossomed.

By MEITAL SHARABI
24/11/2018
Wine
Four cups...and then some

As every year, we present a number of wine recommendations, based on taste and value for money.

By NERIA BARR
22/03/2018
Jerusalem Day
Grapevine: Born in Jerusalem

Jerusalem Day is just around the corner.

PRESIDENT REUVEN RIVLIN with Ethiopian Orthodox Church Patriarch Abune Mathias (second right), senio
Grapevine: Underwriting Israel’s future

At Independence Day events around the country, leaders tend to talk about Israel’s achievements, but seldom do they mention the input of deeply committed philanthropists from around the world.

REENA PUSHKARNA with Zubin Mehta at his 80th birthday party, which she hosted with her husband, Vino
Grapevine: ‘Happy birthday’ in Hindi

When in Rome, do as the Romans do. When at Tandoori, go Indian.

PRESIDENT REUVEN RIVLIN distributes Purim gifts to patients at Hadassah-University Medical Center in
Grapevine: Purim plethora

President Reuven Rivlin earlier in the week went to Hadassah-University Medical Center in Ein Kerem to celebrate Purim with some 100 excited children.

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