Israeli Wine Tour: Discover Boutique Wineries in Central Israel from Tel Aviv
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Spend a day visiting boutique wineries around central Israel with this unique wine tour from Tel Aviv. Meet winemakers and winery owners to learn about their unique wines as you taste them. Wineries visited in each chosen area are dependent on the season.

Duration: 5 hours
Cancellation: 1 day learn more
  • Carmel National Park - Arguably the most accessible wine region, with the best concentration of wineries, is the M- El, which means God’s Vineyard. The area had a well-documented Biblical history.
    During this tour our guests visit three different wineries and taste 4 to 5 different types of wine at each.
    Combined with the beauty of the Carmel Area, this tour creates an unforgettable experience.
What's Included
  • Comfort SUV transportation
  • Professional guiding
  • Tel Aviv hotel pick up and drop off
  • Winery visit
What's Not Included
  • Lunch
  • Gratuities
  • Wine tasting price is ~USD25/PAX/winery – to be paid by the guest at the site
  • Pick ups ourside of Tel Aviv
Additional Information
  • Minimum drinking age is 18 years
Carmel National Park
Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

Customer Ratings
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Jul 22, 2022
Great Way to Spend a Day - Wow, we had such a great time and learned so much about the history of the Israeli wine industry. We visited three very different wineries. Each unique and each special. Levi’s humor was a constant source of entertainment. This and his in depth history lessons made the drive between the wineries fly by. We whole heartedly recommend this tour. You will love the wine and you will love Levi.
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Apr 16, 2020
Fridays at the Tishbi Winery, located downhill, south of the Baron Rothschild Memorial - The Tishbi Winery is the best winery in Israel bar none. Visiting on any Friday is a very rewarding experience; it is special because besides (i) the winery tour, (ii) wine and (iii) chocolate testing. There are (iv) a great dairy restaurant, (v) smoked beef briskets cook-out, (vi) with country music band, (vii) option to buy wine (your bottles) off the vat (large tank), (viii) freshly baked breads, (ix) beers and (x) old machinery (tractors, jeeps, etc.) rebuilding shop to visit. Having the variety of the above ten (10) attractions with ample parking would make anyone happy. Noam Mayraz, Fort Worth, Texas.
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Feb 7, 2020
Lucky to have found the best - So many tours and tour guides to choose from. What a pleasure to have found an amazing guide to surpass our expectations by far. Levi Zelkind introduced us to more than spectacular wines and history. He is an extremely learned historian; a reliable, responsible and professional guide; and a real mensch. We will be recommending his services and will be availing ourselves of them in the future. An absolutely wonderful learning experience. And some fantastic wine, cheese and chocolate! Thank you Levi!
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up to 4 guests
July 2024