Odem Mountain Winery

Golan Heights

Keep an eye out for this family-run boutique winery's light, summery rosé (made with cabernet sauvignon and syrah), their cabernet franc red and Gewürztraminer. Sampling two wines is free, while four/six costs 20/35NIS (free if you buy a bottle). Tours cost 20NIS and include a tasting session. The winery has an annual production of 105,000 bottles.

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