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Wine Industry’s ‘Wine Spectator’ Praises Israel’s Wines

The Wine Spectator praised Israel's growing wine industry in its October 2016 cover story.

Hebrew University Launching Israel’s First Wine Making Course

An innovative boutique program offers professional training in growing, producing and analyzing wine, as well as winery management.

Rare Cache of Silver Coins From Hasmonean Period Found in Modi’in

More proof that Jews lived in the Land of Israel for thousands of years, fighting the Romans with heart and soul.

Golan Heights Farmers Turn Syrian Bunker Into Wine Cellar

A small community in northern Israel is home to a winery built in a former Syrian military bunker.

Get to Grips with Fruit Flavors in Wine on Tu B’Shvat

Fruit flavors as described in wine actually only refer to the scents that are identified as we smell the wine...

Judea and Samaria Wines To Be Included in New Guide

The project’s launch was celebrated with a special event in the Knesset.

Israel’s Wine Guide Boycotts Judea and Samaria Wineries

Of course, if the guide were to exclude the Golan wineries it would have been a very thin book, without industry stars like Yarden and Gamla.

Some Settlement Businesses See Potential Lemonade in EU Commission’s Lemons

“We believe that we must fight back and call on all of Israel’s supporters around the world, Jews and non-Jews, to buy Israeli products.”

Tapping into the Future of Winemaking

By Rachel Gross The New York Times called it ‘not merely good but brilliant.’ For the Daily Telegraph (UK,) it created an ‘experience contemporary and...

1,400-Year-Old Wine Press Mysteriously Appears in Jerusalem

A Jerusalem jogger stumbled over an ancient wine press that hadn't been there before. The Israel Antiquities Authority was stumped...

Ancient Grape Seeds in Negev May Help Re-Create 1,500-Year-Old Wine

The discovery of 1,500 year-old grape seeds may explain why the wine of the Negev so renowned in the Byzantine Empire.

What Did King David Drink? Israeli Wine Researchers Aim to Revive Ancient Libations

“You want to know what this wine looked like, which wine King David drank, white or red.... We can see if it’s red or white, strong or weak.”

California Earthquake Wreaks Havoc at Chabad House

Chabad rabbis say middle-of-the-night jolt makes him understand better what Israelis are going through in the war.

Samaria Wines Receive International Acclaim in France Despite Boycotts

In keeping with ancient history of the location, the Psagot Winery ages its wines in an ancient underground cave.

Archaeologists Find Largest, Oldest Near East Wine Cellar in Israel

The Land of Milk and Honey also is the Land of Wine, not only today with wines that have won world prizes but also 3,700 years ago, according to a new discovery by a US-led archaeological team.

Havdalah at Ari’s

I had heard singing from across the street several times at the end of Shabbos but hadn't realized the singing was a prelude to Havdalah.

Rare 1,500-Year-Old Wine Press and Church Model found in Israel

The ancient port of Ashkelon was a key point for trading Israeli wine. Archaeologists have unearthed a huge wine press and rare ceramic church model near the city’s old highway.

The Story Of Daniel

There are many wonderful stories narrated in Scriptures about the experiences of the Navi Daniel. Many of these stories are found in Sefer Daniel, while others are found in the Talmud and Midrash.

Dinner In Venice

Winter is almost here and nothing says comfort like a rustic Italian dinner.

Rain, Wine and Why it’s all Our Fault: The History of the Rain Libel

We're now entering the period when we begin to pray for rain. Lack of rain was often an excuse to persecute the Jews, specifically those living in Jerusalem. There are quite a few examples from our history of this rain libel, which was very often linked to the 'sin' of drinking wine.

Fresh, Colorful & Tasty Sukkos Ideas

One year we went out for a meal and instead of bringing along the usual chocolates or wine, I offered the hostess an array of colorful salads. After seeing how muchthey were enjoyed, I thought it would be nice to recreate them. All these salads can be made a day in advance and refrigerated until serving time, making them ideal for a hectic, busy Yom Tov time of year. Besides, it’s always nice to have something different and delicious to serve when extra guests and family come over…

‘Frumer’ than God?

I am deeply concerned that a new religion, though close to Judaism but not part of it, is being formed based on a so-called "frumkeit" not defined as a mere "Chumra" [stringency], but rather actually violating clear laws and regulations set down by God for the Jewish people to follow

How To Cook Without Measuring

There are two primary forms of measuring when it comes to cooking, and our goal is to wean you away from both of them to the greatest extent possible. (There is also a third form of measuring, but doing without it can be risky and, based on my own disaster-stories, I don’t advise it.)

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