Wine tour to the wineries in the Central Israel

  • 6 hours
  • 550 US dollars
  • Tel Aviv or Jerusalem hotel

Service Description

The day spent visiting three different wineries at the Carmel Mountain Ridge in the Center of the country is a really joyful. This is a day to visit three different wineries to taste wine and meet the winery owners and winemakers. This is the best way to learn about winemaking methods and the Central region's winemaking history. Tishbi Winery The Tishbi Winery, located in Binyamina, is Israel's sixth largest with production of about 1 million bottles of wine annually. Its wines are sold in 25 countries. The Tishbi family was commissioned by Baron Edmond de Rothschild to plant the first modern vineyard in Israel. Carmel Winery This historical winery has opened its doors to the public, presenting its fascinating story, from the onset of Israel’s wine industry, up to the new world of wine today. The integration of the “Old World” and “New World” methods of winemaking is the unique magic of the winery. Visitors will be able to observe the chain of wine production from a historical perspective – from the beginning of settlement in Israel, and its close connection to the Israeli wine industry, up to the revolution in Israeli wines which is happening today. Visit Amphorae Winery The Winery, which produces about 65,000 bottles of wine a year, was established in 2000. Amphorae Winery is situated in an impressive stone building standing in the entrance to a valley of the Carmel Mountain Ridge. The Italian farm house styled winery within its lovely surroundings reminds you of Tuscany. The winery is led by an experienced team advised by world known winemaker Michel Rolland and is equipped with modern producing facilities and produces world class wines. Wine tasting (3-4 wines at each winery) is excluded.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

Up to 48 hours - full refund (transaction fees might be applied) No refund below 48 hours prior to the tour as booked

Contact Details



Weinshall Street 21, Tel Aviv, Israel