The land of milk and honey… and wine
An archaeologist thinks he has found evidence of wine provided to the slaves who worked on Temple Mount in Bronze Age Jerusalem.
Scientists have unearthed a 3,700-year-old wine cellar thought to be the oldest in the world amid the ruins of a Canaanite palace in Israel.
Israeli winemakers on the West Bank are facing a growing battle with the European Union over how they label produce from this politically sensitive region.
Despite domestic demand for Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, it is Syrah could be Israel’s star variety think some of its leading winemakers.
Israel’s winemakers wish to raise awareness of their ever-improving wine industry but must first battle preconceptions.
Kosher wine distributor Kedem is aiming to further its business in the UK, marketing to both kosher and non-kosher consumers.
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