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Alona Winery

Alona Winery

Moshav Givat Nili, Alona region    

 

General information:

The winery was established in 2001 and it produces around 9000 bottles annually. The grapes come from local vineyards and are grown with an emphasis on minimal use of pesticides and a preference for biological pest control, as well as fertilization with compost. The wine is produced with Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Shiraz varieties, blends and dessert wine, all aged in oak barrels. The winery conducts vineyard tours which include guided explanations from planting to the harvest, as well as a tour of the wine production process, tastings, and small events for groups from Israel and abroad.       

 

Opening hours:

Every day by prior arrangement, call: 052-5030991    

 

How to get there:

From the Pardes Hanna- Binyamina Road (652) to the Ada Junction, and then Road 653 to the Alona communities. Within the moshav, follow the signposting to the Azulai farm.     Tourist information is available on the Carmelim tourism association website: www.carmelim.org.il    

 

 

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The information provided is the responsibility of the winery, and correct for the day it is published. We recommend contacting the winery for updated details of opening hours, kosher supervision, and other services. Please immediately inform the Israel Grape and Wine Council of any change in the information and winery details.

Address: Moshav Givat Nili

Tel: +972-(0)52-5030991, +972-(0)52-2425657, +972-(0)52-4266381
Fax: +972-(0)4-6388889
Email: alonawinery@gmail.com
WebSite: N\A

Categories: Winery

Additional Properties:  
Winary Type: Small

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