Golan Heights Winery

The grapes of the Golan Heights grow in ideal conditions, you can compare it with the climate and conditions in Bordeaux and Tuscany. Due to this climate, the well-known wines can be produced well.

In the breathtaking Golan Mountains, everything starts with the right conditions. The volcanic basaltic soil, a good location and a cool altitude, provide a unique combination, which makes the Golan Heights also called the wine country.

Golan Heights Winery has divided its wines into 4 types, the Yarden, Gamla, Mount Hermon and the Golan. The Golan Heights Winery is considered the frontrunner when it comes to quality, technological innovation and varied developments.

Golan Height Winery was established in 1983, with the winery playing an important role in the development of Israel's now-cherished wine culture. Also, the winery has changed the world's perception of the wines from the outside, and Israel has become known worldwide for its wines.