The Golan Heights is in the north east of the country. This was where new world winemaking expertise first arrived in Israel in the 1980’s, starting the quality wine revolution. The Golan is a volcanic plateau overlooked by the snow-covered Mount Hermon and overlooking the Sea of Galilee. The soils are volcanic tuff and basalt stone. Elevations rise up to 1,200 me…
Israel Wine Tour
We urge you not to sit on the sidelines, but to become an active participant in the exciting blossoming of the Israeli wine scene. We recommend that you come to Israel and see the country through the prism of its wine industry.
Whether your interest is history, people, religion, gastronomy or wine, you can really get to know Israel through its wine regions, wineries & wines. Whether planning a visit to the Galilee or Negev, there is plenty to see… and taste!
We urge you to come on a winery tour to the region of your choice, accompanied by the most experienced people in Israeli wine.