An update on Israeli wines

by  |  30-08-2017

It’s something of an interesting time for the wines of Israeli as a number of the very quality-conscious producers are digging into that third dimension of wine, “terroir”. They’re working to further flesh out and define what Israeli wine is exactly. It may seem a strange thing to say but in touring around the country in 2014, the group I was with was all in agreement that while there were and still are some quality producers in Israel, defining an “Israeli wine” was a fool’s errand. This has definitely started to change and I’ve written about it at length in Issue 5 of Meininger’s. Given this, I thought I should probably post some reviews, thoughts, and other general musings from my trip in May to go along with it. Bat Shlomo There were many aspects to Bat Shlomo that I liked when I first tasted them and then tasted them […]
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