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“Behind every glass of wine, there is the grape, the story of the winemaker – and your own story,” Roni Saslove says.
As a service to our readers, I recently tried some of the new Israeli wines recently released that can give your seder an Israeli flavor wherever you are.
Put wine in its rightful place. Don’t take it too seriously. Do not feel you have to impress or conform. Wine is not a straitjacket any more than religion is just ritual.
If you want to know about wine journalism, you've got to know about David Silverman.
By Adam Montefiore
Latif Jiji cited his Judaism and celebration of Passover as the inspiration for his winemaking.
By DAVID KLEIN/ JTA
Fresh spinach, green beans and broccoli provided a low-calorie accompaniment, and the vegetable glaze was piquant.
By GLORIA DEUTSCH
The talent for superlative winemaking is passed on through the generations
"The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) regrets the outcome of the wine labelling assessment."
By EYTAN HALON
These two wineries are among those giving life to the most traditional wine region in Israel, in the valleys surrounding the southern slopes of Mount Carmel.
Though the Golan is known as Israel's wine country, the West Bank is home to over two dozen celebrated wineries.
By ANDREW TOBIN / JTA
The new chef restaurant in town launches a menu just in time for summer coupled with a unique wine selection to freshen up your lunch experience.
By JOY BERNARD
The Golan Heights Winery brought Israeli wine to the world’s attention, and is keeping it there.
Truly the toast of the town
By DEBBIE KANDEL
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