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A journey from the canaanites to israelis

Discovery of ancient wine presses and wine cellars
A journey from the canaanites to israelis

In this little sliver of the Holy Land, in the southern Levant, lying on the eastern basin of the Mediterranean, wine has been made by the Canaanites, Egyptians, Phoenicians, Israelites, Greeks, Romans, Nabateans, Byzantines and Crusaders up to the modern Israelis. Archaeology, the Bible and religious texts provide an insight both into winemaking and the importance of wine in the region.

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THE WINE FESTIVAL

THE WINE FESTIVAL

Passover is of course not just Seder Night and the Festival of Freedom, it is also the Festival of Wine. When and where else, are

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FOUR MUSKETEERS

FOUR MUSKETEERS

The Judean Hills are flowing with wine, echoing the words of Amos the Prophet. Recently, four of Israel’s finest wineries decided to pool their efforts

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TRADITION

TRADITION!

When all the talk is of quality Israeli wines which win prizes worldwide, you will be surprised, at how much grape juice and Kiddush wine

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