In the land of Israel, where winemaking is as old as the Bible itself, the real turning point in Israeli winemaking was undoubtedly in 1983, when the Golan heights Winery was founded. Today, the winery exports it's wines to twenty-five countries.
There is a one-hour tour for visitors at the winery that is definitely worth taking when visiting the Golan Heights. The professionalism and attention to detail make the tour a delight. One must reserve a tour in advance, if possible a few days prior to your visit. The tour includes an introductory movie, a visit to the oak barrel cellar, viewing of the bottle line and wine tasting. Non-Hebrew speakers should mention that they want an English (or other language) tour when reserving a place.
Where: The Golan Heights Winery is located two kilometers from the center of Katzrin, in the Katzrin Industrial Area.
Open Hours: Sun-Thu 8:30-17:00, Fri & Holiday Eves 8:30-13:30
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