It’s no secret that wine is made in Israeli. In fact, it’s been going on for thousands of years, but if you were to ask most wine writers about it, they would likely scoff at the mention (at least in the US), tell you that Manischewitz (which is not Israeli, but from the US) is the most revolting thing ever done to the grape and leave it at that. For me personally, while I found Israel a peculiar and thus potentially interesting country, being neither Jewish or of any religion […]

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