Winemaking in Israel has a thousand-year history. The ancient land of Canaan was one of those countries that were the first to turn grapes into wine. The fact that grapes and vines are often found on antique dishes, mosaics and coins is by no means a coincidence.
Israel may be a small country, but its winemakers combine innovative technologies with successful agricultural experience to increase the fertility of the land, which ultimately gives a whole gamut of varieties.
Menorah wines – one of the typical quality representatives of Israeli winemaking