Israel’s Wines Praised in October Wine Spectator

Just in time for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Break-the-Fast, Israel’s wines are featured (and praised!) in the cover story of “Wine Spectator” magazine’s October 15 issue, which is now on sale.

The piece, titled The Wines of Israel, examines how fine wine production is now part of a rich cultural tapestry as a generation of modern-minded winemakers explore what is possible on their arid land.

Also in the story: “Wine Spectator” reviews more than 100 Israeli wines for a list of the country’s best bottles, and provides an in-depth guide to the country’s top wineries, the best restaurants, and lodgings. Additionally, a new video posted at WineSpectator.com takes a look at the history of wine in Jewish life.  And this video explains Israeli wines 101.

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  1. And kudos to Wine Spectator Magazine for having the professional integrity to list wines from the Judea and Samaria regions of Israel; some of the finest wines in the world, and not bowing to BDS pressure. Bravo.