The winery was established in 1998 and it produces around 10,000 bottles annually. The winery is in three buildings and the wine is kept in a tunnel which serves as a cellar. The grapes are from the vineyards of Shilo and Lachish, and the list of grape varieties used to produce the wine includes Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. The visit to the winery includes a comprehensive guided tour of the wine production process, mechanization and means of production and tasting wines from the barrels. The tour is led by Arnon Erez, a licensed tour guide who specializes in the topic of wine, vineyards and agriculture. Meals can also be ordered in advance.
By prior arrangement.
How to get there:
The winery is in the courtyard of Aharon Helfgott, in Almon (Anatot), a communal settlement north of Jerusalem. The winery can be reached from the direction of Pisgat Zeev, via Sayeret Duchifat Avenue and connecting with Road 437. Continue eastwards on this road until the entrance to Almon (Anatot). It is also accessible from the direction of Road 1, connecting with Road 437 close to the entrance of the Maale Adummim industrial park. Continue westwards on Road 437 until the entrance to Almon (Anatot). Tourist information is available on the Binyamin tourism website: www.binyamin.org.il/?CategoryID=704
The information provided is the responsibility of the winery, and correct for the day it is published. We recommend contacting the winery for updated details of opening hours, kosher supervision, and other services. Please immediately inform the Israel Grape and Wine Council of any change in the information and winery details.