The winery was established in 1999 and it produces around 10,000 bottles annually. The winery is situated at one of Ramat Negev’s isolated farms, in the Holot Halutza region, 300 meters above sea level. The vineyard from which the grapes are taken is in a region of terraces which are the remains of an ancient agricultural farm which was at the site 1,500 years ago, close to the ancient Spice Route. This is an organic vineyard with grapes of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz (Syrah) and Muscat of Alexandria varieties. The winery is surrounded with the artistic works of the farm’s owner, the artist and sculptor, Erez Rota Sishoka. The visit to the winery includes an explanation of the wine production process and wine tastings. A vineyard tour of the farm and vineyards can also be included. There is an option during the harvest season to join the activities at night in the vineyard. The winery also organizes trips in the area, with an emphasis on ancient agricultural settlement, including outdoor meals. There are also wine workshops, held during the summer months.
Weekdays: 10:00 – 17:00 By prior arrangement.
How to get there:
The winery is close to Road 222 alongside Kibbutz Revivim. It can be accessed via Road 40 from the direction of Beersheva and Mitzpe Ramon. Turn westwards at the Mashevim Junction onto Road 222, and continue another 3 kilometers from the entrance to Kibbutz Revivim. Turn onto the road which leads to the farm. The winery can also be reached from the northern Negev on Road 234 which joins Road 222 at the Tze’ilim Junction. Tourist information is available on the Ramat Negev tourism association website:
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.