A Golan Heights winery has openly defied new EU guidelines on the labelling of settlement products by printing the Israeli flag on the caps of bottles destined for export.
Israel has released its first commercial wine made from a grape variety that is indigenous to the Holy Land.
Johnnie Walker is at the centre of a row in Israel over claims not all of its bottles have been accurately certified as kosher.
A collection of wine jars and grape seeds, which could unlock the secrets of an ancient variety, have been unearthed in northern Israel.
A group of history obsessed boys have “methodically” and with great care found and excavated a 6th -7th century AD wine press in Jerusalem.
Further evidence of ancient brewing has been discovered at an archaeological site in Israel with the unearthing of fragments of ancient Egyptian beer vessels.
Charred grape seeds dating back to the Byzantine era could help scientists recreate the “Wine of the Negev,” noted in history as one of the finest wines in the Byzantine Empire.
An Israeli researcher is on a mission to track down the winemaking grapes used in the time of King David in the hope of bringing them back to life.
An industrial winery dating back nearly 2,000 years to the Byzantine period has been uncovered in Israel.
Wine from what is possibly the oldest and largest collection of wine containers has been studied shedding new light on ancient wine production.
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