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Alexander Liza Sauvignon Blanc is produced by Alexander winery, founded by winemaker Yoram Shalom in Tel-Aviv in 1996, and was relocated to Beit Yitzhak, a Moshav in Hefer Valley. The winery began as a ...
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Hand harvested at optimal ripeness, grapes are immediately crushed and chilled. A brief period of skin contact is allowed before pressing. After separation from the lees, the juice undergoes slow fermentation ...
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Enjoy this wine from Galilee produced by Tishbi Winery and is a Israeli Still Wine 2015 vintage that is 750ml.
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This is a crisp fruity wine with a medium body and long palate. It is a wine that is characterized by tropical fruit characters of grapefruit and pineapples. These grapes for this wine came from the vineyards ...
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Enjoy this wine from Galilee Binyamina produced by Binyamina and is a Israeli Still Wine 2016 vintage that is 750ml.
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This fine wine is a Israeli Still Wine 2016 vintage from Galilee produced by Carmel Winery that is 750ml.
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Enjoy this wine from Galilee Upper Galilee produced by Or Haganuz Winery and is a Israeli Still Wine 2014 vintage that is 750ml.
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This Sauvignon Blanc plot is 30 years old and is one of the country’s older vineyard blocks, if not the oldest. This plot receives extra care and attention. The vineyard is planted in rich chalky ...
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Israel has five main growing regions with the majority of wines coming from the northern region. Its temperate conditions make it ideal for growing. The Mediterranean climate offers a rather dry growing season – a blessing and a curse. It requires additional irrigation, but it keeps away diseases that thrive in damper climates. The climate naturally produces higher sugar levels, so winemakers tend to work on the acidity of the wine to keep it balanced.

Although wine has been produced in Israel since biblical times, winemaking in the country didn't take off until the last couple decades. The region's wine is made mostly from imported French grape varieties to produce both red and white wines. Drinkers often confuse Israeli wine for kosher wine. Not all Israeli wine is kosher, but the vast majority from the country has a kosher certification. Be sure to read the labels carefully if you are looking for kosher wine and keep in mind that Israeli and kosher and not mutually exclusive.

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