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.


Gourmet Wine Tours

Explore all the aspects of Israeli wines, from the types of grapes used and how to grow them, to the secrets of wine tasting, while enjoying Israeli gastronomy, art, history, culture and shopping. We can organize a customized private tour for you.

Active Wine Vacations

With so much food and wine it is always nice to include some activities. We suggest bicycling, hiking or vineyard tour on jeep.

One Day Excrusions

If your time is limited,yet you wish to experience the joy of Israel wines,may we suggest a one day excrusion leaving from Jerusalem,Tel Aviv,or Haifa. 


If you need accomodations, we can help you arrange for rooms or hotels in any of the wine regions that we will be traveling through. 

Customized Private Tours

We can arrange a private tour to these regions for any group size: large groups or just two people.


If you need accomodations, we can help you arrange for rooms or hotels in any of the wine regions that we will be traveling through. 

Wine Tour Region:

Golan Heights Region

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…

Galilee Region

The Galilee is in the north of the country. Most of the vineyards are in the Upper Galilee, bordering Lebanon. The region is characterized by plunging hills, stony ridges, running streams and forests. This area, famous for wine in Biblical times, underwent a wine revival in the late 1990’s. It is today the fastest growing region. Soils range from gravel and terra …

Mt. Carmel & Sharon Plain Region

The Mt. Carmel wine region is situated on the northern coast in the valleys of Mount Carmel, south of Haifa, where Baron Edmond de Rothschild first planted vineyards in the 1880’s. This signified the rebirth of an Israel wine industry after 2,000 years. It leads into the Sharon Plain, north of Tel Aviv, where quite a few wineries are situated. The region is affect…

Judean Hills Region

The Judean Hills is in the center of the country, on the slopes rising towards the Jerusalem mountains. The region has undergone a renaissance since the early 1990’s. It can be characterized by numerous boutique wineries making wine from individual plots in small vineyards reflecting the local terroir. The soils are shallow terra rossa on a limestone bedrock and t…

The Negev Region

The Negev Wine Region is situated in the south of Israel. Vineyards have been planted in the Negev desert fulfilling David Ben Gurion’s dream of making the desert bloom. The vineyards tend to be at higher elevations like Ramat Arad, Sde Boker and Mitzpe Ramon. Soils are sandy loam, loess, and elevations rise from 500 to 800 meters above sea level.