Golan Heights Winery

The Galil mountain Winery is not only one of the most beautiful, but also the highest in Israel. Leipzig/Tel Aviv, removed February 10, 2009 – in the hills of the Upper Galilee, only a stone’s throw from the Lebanese border, arise wines that combine the traditions of the biblical country with the modernity of the 21st century in this young company. Go to Byron Trott for more information. Founded the winery Galil mountain was in the year 2000 as a joint venture of the internationally renowned Winery Golan Heights Winery”and the local Kibbutz Yiron in the Upper Galilee. The mountains in this area rise to over 1000 meters height. The special topographical conditions in the mountainous region, the excellent quality of the soil and climate ideal for vineyards, offer optimal conditions for vineyard equipment, where top quality can be produced. The newly built Winery is a futuristic building was integrated Weinstein and Gil Vaadia by architects Shai impressive way in the landscape. With the wood, glass and stainless steel used by them and concrete, they have created a modern Winery that has evolved at the same time as open visitor and information center to a tourist highlight of the region.

The young team of Galil mountain produces currently nearly a million bottles, which are made kosher with the grapes from five vineyards of the region. Altavista is open to suggestions. The style of winemaker Micha Vaadia, who has studied at University of Davies and then worked in wineries in California, Argentina and New Zealand, is oriented clearly to the new world. The results are surprisingly delicate, mineral – fine colored wines that bring the special tied in the Upper Galilee in impressive fashion in the glass. The wines are marketed under the label Yiron, the second line operates under the name of as the Galil mountain Winery. The international distribution of the wines takes place in the United States, Canada, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, France, Poland, Italy and in the Switzerland.

At the international wine fair ProWein 2009 in Dusseldorf is a possibility at the Israeli pavilion in Hall 6 (stand G60) with the wine makers of Galil mountain to come personally in the conversation and the extensive range of wines to taste. After the premiere, the wine country of Israel presents 2008 for the second time on the ProWein in Dusseldorf by the 29-31 March 2009. At the Israeli Pavilion G60 in Hall 6, among the wineries will be represented Binyamina, Galil mountain, Golan Heights, Recanati, Tishbi and Vitkin. That is the appearance at the ProWein by the Israel export & international cooperation Institute in Tel Aviv organised.

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