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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.
Talent agent Zohar Jacobson opens up with Israeli wine, discussing her shift from political activist to integrative health advocate.
By YOAV SCHWARTZ
When he isn’t leading tours in Israel, chief foreign envoy of the Yesha Council Dani Dayan is busy traveling throughout European capitals and the US.
By JOSH HASTEN
In business, Israelis aren’t always known for looking out for others, but in the Western Galilee, a pastoral picture of cooperation and quality comes to light.
By NOA AMOUYAL
The Beshvil Hayayin festival highlights the ever- increasing prominence of Israel in the world of wine.
By ITSIK MAROM
Got a taste for vino? Visit the Sarona Complex’s Tasting Room.
By MIRIAM KRESH
Prize-winning Ben-Haim wines are crafted in a Ramat Hasharon warehouse.
To mark Purim in Jerusalem, I offer my semi-annual guide to good drinking of current kosher Israeli wines.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
The stock market is up, and unemployment at record lows. The borders are holding stable.
For Shushan Purim, meet 10 of the wine-makers behind Israel’s top wines.
The celebration of tasting wines from the Jewish state’s leading vineyards is expected to welcome more than 20,000 visitors from Monday, August 17, through Thursday the 20th.
By ERICA SCHACHNE
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