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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.
The secrets of getting a good dessert wine for the new year’s festivities.
By Adam Montefiore
The wine was placed in the basket by a third party vendor from whom the Embassy purchased the already wrapped baskets, a US source told The Jerusalem Post.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
‘Cremisan Winery has a permanence that outlives the shallowness of daily politics.’
The stock market is up, and unemployment at record lows. The borders are holding stable.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
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.
Spiking ticket price and shrinking number of wineries taking part are making some rethink their decision to go to the Jerusalem Wine Festival.
By KAYLA ROSEN
The first of its kind in Israel, the program aims to provide professional training in the growth, production, analysis and management of wine, the university said.
By SHARON UDASIN
Miodownik combined his winemaking skills with his Zionism and religion by founding a winery in Israel.
The region is home to more than 20 wineries, from the smallest family boutique wineries to the largest commercial ones.
By MEITAL SHARABI
For Shushan Purim, meet 10 of the wine-makers behind Israel’s top wines.
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