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Golan Heights Wines returned to the shelves in Germany

Israeli wines win victory over BDS

Wines from the Golan Heights Winery were returned to the shelves of German department store KeDeVe this week after their removal. The decision to remove the popular products came following the European Union ruling to require all goods produced outside Israel’s 1967 ‘Green Line’ are to be labeled as such.

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Słodkiego miłego życia...

Deser to danie kończące posiłek. Przysłowiowa ‘kropka nad i’. Słowo to wywodzi się z języka francuskiego, gdzie ‘desservir’ oznacza ‘czyścić stół’. Największe tryumfy deser święcił w XVIII i XIX – wiecznej Europie. Ówczesne elity pragnęły żyć w przepychu, a dostępność mąki i cukru rafinowanego rosła. Na hucznych bankietach organizowanych przez europejską arystokrację w porze deseru stoły uginały się od wyrobów cukierniczych – tortów, ciast, ciasteczek, tart, bezów, kremów, puddingów, budyni, flanów, galaretek, świeżych owoców, lodów, jogurtów ... . Przyozdabiano je wymyślnymi dekoracjami przygotowywanymi na bazie cukru i różnych ciast.

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Celebrate Purim Safely

On Saturday night, I dressed up as Minnie Mouse for Purim; my friend Sarah disguised herself as a sailor.   We parted ways after listening to the megillah in our synagogue, and wished one another a wonderful, safe, Purim.   

The following Monday morning, the school bell rang at 8:15 motioning the hallway to clear and classrooms to fill.  Mrs. Frankel began writing her Monday morning question on the board while students whispered of exciting highlights from their Purim weekend. Interested to know how Sarah’s night turned out, I turned to her desk to debrief, but she wasn’t there.

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Once Upon a Wine

A winter tale of Winemakers

Once upon a time, in a land far far away, a wintery season brings a chill to the people.  To ease the dark evenings, imaginative winemakers of the land share delicious winter recipes with great wines, adding a touch of magic to the dish. A glass of wine with a delicious supper by a toasty fireplace becomes an enchanting evening.  

The head winemaker of the Golan Heights Winery, Victor Schoenfeld gathers his family and friends to prepare a secret "cholent" stew recipe. He cooks this dish for the coldest days, inhaling the mystical scent it brings forth. While cooking, his children question Schoenfeld on the origins of the "cholent". An old-fashioned Jewish recipe, cholent stew has been for years a cozy and warm dish to serve during harsh winter days.

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The Success and Promise of Top Israeli Wines

As 2014 comes to a close, Galil Mountain Winery’s Head Winemaker Micha Vaadia shares some of the year’s highlights. Vaadia has been the head winemaker at the winery since 2006. He previously worked at wineries in California, New Zealand and Argentina prior to dedicating his life to bringing the Israeli Galil Mountain Winery to the top. A vibrant and dedicated winemaker, Vaadia is also father to a two-year-old daughter and lives in Northern Israel.

You can taste some of the award-winning wines, available for sale across North America and Europe. Planning a trip to Israel? Visit Vaadia at the Galil Mountain Winery, situated in the stunning Upper Galilee. Taste some excellent wines and enjoy the scenery! For more information, visit 


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