grapes in israel

Wine talk: Keeping it local

All these varieties are still grown, particularly in the Hebron area.

East Jerusalem residents allegedly steal 100 kg of grapes from S. Israel

Officers together with Border Police detectives arrived at the scene and arrested the two people in possession of crates filled with grapes.

Amid coronavirus, Palestinian grape farmers see market collapse

The pandemic's economic ravages have also slashed sales of the fruit, depressing the hilly breadbasket region of Hebron.


Grape pits show how ancient Christian villages in the Negev rose and fell

The question of how agriculture was practiced in antiquity in an arid place that still presents challenges today has intrigued scholars for years.

Wine Talk: Seeking Balance Naturally

There is a whole new underworld of compassionate winemaking coming to the fore. The wine world has suddenly become a lot more complicated!

Tulip: Good wine and good deeds

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


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.

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