HaKerem: Israeli Wine

08 Feb Mark Squires on Israeli wine

Richard, a nice American blogger who also shows the love to Israeli wine, interviewed Mark Squires on his blog Israel Wine Direct (the only other Israeli wine blog, but missing out on a ton since Richard's in America - but he's scheduled to bring great...

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03 Feb Teperberg appoints new marketing manager

Will this be good news for Diaspora wine drinkers? Teperberg 1870, Israel's 4th largest winery (but yet barely known outside of Israel, especially in North America, where so few is imported) has just appointed a new chief marketing manager. From the Jerusalem Post: ONE OF Israel's...

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30 Jan More on Israwinexpo

Here is the details on Israwinexpo for those who will be in Israel at the end of February: The exposition is to take place at the Israel Trade Fair and Convention Center. Sponsored by the magazine Wine, Gourmet and Alcohol, Grape Man and Wine Center...

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28 Jan Israwinexpo 2008

Israwinexpo, a government-sponsored Israeli wine trade show, is coming next month. It's the second time this has been held, as the government is finally (ok, granted I'm free-market and think the government should stay out ...

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25 Jan Recanati & Galil Mountain: Versatile

I do apologize that I am posting often about the same wineries – Recanati, Galil Mountain, Golan Heights, Yatir, etc. – and not paying enough attention to Pelter, Vitkin, Chateau Golan, Ella Valley, or some of the 100s of other Israeli wines, but certain wines...

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15 Jan Top 10 Kosher Wines for 2007

Gamliel Kronemer, the New York Jewish Week's wine writer, has just released his Top 10 kosher wines for 2007. While missing out on many of the great non-certified Israeli wines (Flam, Margalit, Pelter, Clos de Gat, Odem Mountain [going certified starting with the 2007 vintages]...

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11 Jan Wine Events in Israel and New York

With President Bush gone, I can finally return to blogging (because, ya know, we spent so much time together… well, just as his motorcade passed and roads were closed). As it seems like I’ve got readers both from Israel and the United States, I will post...

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