As part of our support for Israel, we often serve and taste Israeli wines, specifically those from wineries targeted by the anti-Israel boycott movement, after our shabbat services. Many of these wines will be available during our annual Passover wine sale but if you can’t wait, they can also be bought from kosherwine.com.

Below, find tasting notes for the most recent of these wines. To the right, a longer index.

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Psagot Shiraz

Psagot Shiraz

Winner of the Gold Medal in the 2010 Eshkol Hazahav Competition, Psagot Shiraz 2010 is produced from only Shiraz grapes. Vines grown on the winery’s vineyards are planted in ancient limestone terraces in the mountains located North of Jerusalem, 900 meters (almost 3000 feet) … Continue reading →

Psagot Merlot

Merlot Psagot

Winner of the silver Medal in the 2009 vinalies Competition and  Bronze Medal Winner in the 2010 Eshkol Hazahav Competition, Merlot Psagot was produced from Merlot grapes that grow in the vineyards of the mountains north of Jerusalem. The wine is aged … Continue reading →

Psagot Edom

Psagot Edom

Gold Medal Winner in the 2008 Terravino competition and silver Medal Winner in the 2009 Vinalies competition. The grapes (75% Cabernet Sauvignon and 25% Merlot) were harvested from vineyards in Jerusalem Hills. The grapes are brought immediately after harvest into the winery … Continue reading →