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Wine tour to the wineries in the Central Israel

  • 6 hr
  • 650 US dollars
  • Tel Aviv-Yafo

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. Tulip Winery Tulip Winery was established in 2003 and it annually produces about 300,000 bottles that are sold throughout Israel and in many countries worldwide. The hillside in Kfar Tikva, a small and pastoral settlement for residents with special needs, was the perfect and most natural setting for building the winery. The winery’s inspiring and thriving model of employing members of the community and providing a platform for their integration into the labor market just like ordinary people, formed an extraordinary, strong, inseparable and rooted connection. Tulip wines receive enthusiastic reviews from wine critics and customers alike, as well as international awards, complementing the holistic experience that every person feels when they encounter these wines. Kitron Winery The Kitron Winery is a Gravitation Winery, using Gravity of Nature. It follows the local tradition of wine production dating the same method of the 1600 years ago. Power of nature together with exciting Jewish history and the love of of the wine makers family for wine, are the basis for producing high quality wine, precise and full of joy of creation. The winery also combines these traditional methods with “State of the art” technologies. This is how it can produce small, precise quantities of very high quality wine. Tishbi Winery The Tishbi Winery, located in Binyamina, is Israel's sixth largest with production of about 1,000,000 bottles of wine annually. Tishbi wines are sold in 25 countries. The Tishbi family immigrated to Palestine in 1882, and soon was commissioned by Baron Edmond de Rothschild to plant the first modern vineyard in Israel. In 1984 Jonathan Tishbi founded the Tishbi winery. Today all the members of the Tishbi's family work in the winery. In 2010, the winery began to import the premium chocolate brand, Valrhona, from France, and enter the professional chocolate and baking worlds. Wine tasting (3-4 wines at each winery) is excluded.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

Full refund up to 30 days prior to the booked tour date. 30 days or below - no refund

Contact Details

  • Tel Aviv, Israel

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