The country’s winemakers weigh in on what’s been called a ‘quality revolution, ’how it all got started, and whether the kosher label is a burden.
Joshua E. London
Special To The Jewish Week
‘Israeli wine is an amazing story,” says Adam Montefiore, the wine development director of the Carmel Winery, Israel’s largest wine producer. “Jews came to this land, made the desert bloom, started planting vineyards, making wine, and in doing so began reclaiming their heritage and reviving this ancient wine producing region.”