Wine

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With a new year upon us, and the chill of winter firmly in place, I find my thoughts —spirits-wise— turning once again to Scotland. Nothing quite helps warm a body and mind on a chilly evening...


in  Wine
1/18/2017
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The combination of natural beauty and quality wine has made the Upper Galilee a premier wine tourism destination—and the Dalton Winery is one of the area’s top producers.


in  News, Wine
1/10/2017
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Milk & Honey Distillery

Over the last decade, Israel has become well known internationally for its wine.  In a sense, the Israeli wine industry represents some of the best attributes of Israel today: the energy, the...

12/28/2016
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For those traveling to Israel, the visitors’ center at the award-winning Adir Winery is a wonderful booze tourism destination. Between the wine and the dairy products, it is truly a must-visit not...

12/19/2016
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Chanukah and New Year’s Eve coincide this year, so festive libations are most definitely in order. Whether having friends and family around for cocktails and candles, or for a full-on celebratory...

12/15/2016
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One morning about four years ago, Jeff Morgan had a realization while brushing his teeth. “I decided I also wanted to make wine in Israel,” he recently told me. He stopped the electric toothbrush...

12/6/2016
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It is often said that one of the best wines for a traditional Thanksgiving meal is a serious pinot noir. This is because pinot noir wines are typically food-friendly, with bright fruit notes, soft...

11/16/2016
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Thanksgiving dinner is one of those American traditions, like all extended family gatherings, that are regularly greeted with joy or dread, depending entirely on one’s attitude and forbearance....

11/16/2016
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The perfect remedy for a stressful election day is a warming restorative cocktail such as a hot toddy.

11/7/2016