The winery was established in 2002 and it produces approximately 5,000 bottles annually. The winery is in the green rustic surroundings of Moshav Mata in the Judean Hills. The family vineyard is near the winery, and the wine is made from Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Petit Verdot varieties. The visit to the winery includes a guided tour of the wine production process, a visit to the visitor center, wine tastings, and the chance to tour the adjacent vineyard. A range of meals can also be ordered. We welcome groups of between 6 to 50 people. The winery is kosher, and is a member of the Judean Hills Wine Club.
Visits to the winery are by prior arrangement only. On Sunday – Thursday, the visits are until the evening. On Fridays, up to 3 hours before the beginning of the Sabbath. Saturday and festivals – closed
How to get there:
The winery is in Moshav Mata in the Judean Hills. It can be accessed via Road 1 from the direction of Tel Aviv and the Shfela, connecting with Road 38 at Shaar Hagai. From the south and Kiryat Gat, use Road 4 or Road 6 and connect with Road 38. At the Elah Junction, turn from Road 38 onto Road 375, and continue up until the entrance to the moshav. From Jerusalem, use the Tunnel Road (60) and connect with Road 375. It is possible to come from Beit Hakerem on Road 386 and connect with Road 375, to reach the moshav using it. The winery is at Farm 57. Tourist information is available on the Yoav-Yehuda tourism association website: www.touryoav.org.il
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.