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It starts with a short explanation about making wine. Then the employee presented one sparkling, one white, two red and one red ‘porto’ wine.
The wine was horrible for me, hence I asked for Syrah and Merlot but hat 10€ wine I would never taste...More
This is a great winery in the Golan Heights region not far from the sea of Galilee. They have a shop with lots of varieties, and will help you pick out the best wine for your event or tasting. They offer tastings as well, however...More
Hubby and I first visited the Golan Heights Winery in 2007, when it was fairly newly established in the world of wine. The winery's first vines were planted in 1976, yielding its first vintage in 1984. Meanwhile the company expanded from one label to four...More
The Golan Heights Winery jointly owned by eight Israeli settlements viz. moshavim and kibbutzim is located in Katzrin, built on the site of an agricultural village from the Mishnaic period in the Golan Heights and markets wine under the Golan, Yarden and Gamla labels. Thought...More
The tour was informative and she knew all about the process. The wine tasting following was disappointing. The wines chosen we're not good and I would never buy one of those. The same night the restaurant we went to served Golan wine but a different...More
The Winery uses grapes from different areas of the Golan varying in altitude and climate - this results in various wines that are a product of the vintner's blending. Learn about this during the short tour and tasting of representative wines, from light to heavy....More
The tour stopped here for a visit. We were shown the sine process and how the drained and cleaned the barrels of wine for reuse. We also got a tasting and the wine was really nice. Both Yarden and Gamla are sold in the US....More