Grown here since biblical times, grapes thrive in Israel’s varied microclimates, producing wines of surprising richness and subtlety that have won international awards.
Golan Heights High altitudes, a cool climate, well-drained volcanic soils and top-rate savoir faire.
Ramat Dalton High in the Upper Galilee, ‘Israel’s Tuscany’ produces some of the country’s top vintages.
Negev Highlands Hot daytime temperatures, cool nights, the latest drip-irrigation technology – and inspiration from the ancient Nabataeans.
Zichron Ya’akov A winemaking centre since the late 1800s, this town has a typically Mediterranean climate.