Wine On The Vine Launches Grapevine Planting Initiative For Rosh Hashanah

TEL AVIV – Wine on the Vine (WOTV), the non-profit which allows you to plant grapevines in top Israeli wineries, is offering those who plant 18 vines in honor of Rosh Hashanah a special gift:  a unique art print from popular Israeli street artist Solomon Souza. 

Helping to grow and support Israel’s wine industry by planting grapevines is a wonderful way to ring in the New Year. To be eligible to receive the art, the donor needs to choose The Israel Innovation Fund (TIIF), as its charity. Plant 18 vines in the winery of your choice, select TIIF as the charity, and receive a beautiful piece of art.  Wine on the Vine is partnered with nine Israeli wineries including Carmel, Psagot, Tulip, Maia, Herzberg, and more.

Wine on the Vine launched in September 2018 as the flagship program of The Israel Innovation Fund, a non-profit with the goal of rebooting Zionism by spreading Israeli culture around the world.  Wine on the Vine focuses on awareness of Israeli wines and the importance of planting grapevines in Israel. In addition, through Wine on the Vine, TIIF offers financial support to Israeli social charities that are selected for their innovation, efficiency, and impact. For further information about WOTV, please visit www.wineonthevine.org

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