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The Christian organization Hayovel brought its group of volunteers to harvest grapes despite the hostilities.
Winemaker Lewis Pasco returns to Israel with a passion and a mission.
At the Soreq Winery Winemaking School, students learn to make wine and appreciate the fruit of the vine.
Dr. Shivi Drori’s groundbreaking research on local grape varieties
could change our wine narrative forever.
By Adam Montefiore
After being neglected for years, the noble grape is making its way back
to its much-deserved status among wine connoisseurs.
Italy is famous for countryside and agriculture, art and architecture, history and fashion. It is also known for taste, flavor and hospitality.
Established by Baron Rothschild as a wine village in 1889, the youth village Meir Shefeya is now home to a small winery.
By MEITAL SHARABI
If you want to know about wine journalism, you've got to know about David Silverman.
Many activities will be taking place during the festival.
If you really want to understand how wine is produced, though, you need to actually go to a winery and check it out firsthand.
A Rishon Lezion exhibition revives the Carmel Winery’s historic beginnings.
By BARRY DAVIS
"Wine is Israel’s best ambassador; Today we are more known for hi-tech – but you can’t give a bottle of hi-tech as a present"
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