Bazelet Hagolan Winery
The Golan Heights
The winery was established in 1998 and it produces approximately 100,000 bottles annually. The winery looks out over the Sea of Galilee, close to a grove of trees and a spring. The grapes come from vineyards at 400 meters and 900 meters above sea level in the northern Golan Heights, and the wine is made from Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Chardonnay varieties. There is a visitor center alongside the winery, which offers guided tours of the wine production process, wine tastings, and the opportunity of purchasing wines produced there. Dairy or meat meals can also be ordered. There are wine events held on site.
Sunday – Friday: 09:00 – 17:00
How to get there:
The winery is part of a tourist complex close to the Ha’amir (West) Junction in the Golan Heights. It can be reached via Road 91 which stretches from the Mahanaim Junction to the Golan, and then turn onto Road 978 at the Shiryon Junction continuing to the complex. You can also come via Road 959 from the Gonen Junction in the Hula Valley. Tourist information is available on the Golan Heights tourism website: http://tour.golan.org.il/271