Dalton Winery Ltd.
Dalton Industrial Zone
The winery was established in 1995 and moved to its current location in 1999. The production capacity reaches around 900,000 bottles annually, and the wine is produced from grapes growing in the Merom Hagalil region between 650 and 900 meters above sea level. The list of varieties includes Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and others which are produced in a relatively small geographic area, but with an abundance of soil types. The area enjoys a panoramic view of the Hula Valley, the Upper Galilee mountain range and the peak of the Hermon. The winery’s visitor center offers (for a fee) guided tours to follow the wine production process, workshops and wine tasting. There is also a store there offering products from the winery and other products made in the Galilee region. Light dairy meals may be ordered on site. Those interested can also enjoy jeep tours in the vineyards, by prior arrangement.
The winery is open to visitors Sunday – Thursday: 09:30 – 17:00 (last tour begins at 16:00) Friday: 09:30 – 15:00 (last tour begins at 13:00)
How to get there:
The winery can be reached on Road 85 which joins Road 866 at the Hananya Junction. At the Meron Junction continue on Road 89 to the Ein Zeitim Junction; turn onto Road 886 and continue to the Dalton Industrial Zone. You can also reach us from the direction of Ma’alot Tarshiha by Road 89, and continue to the Sasa Junction, and from there to Gush Halav. At the entrance to the village, turn right and continue along this road in the direction of the Dalton Lake and Dalton Industrial Zone. From the north, travel to the winery using Road 886 from the Koach Fortress (Nabi Yusha police station). Tourist information is available on the Go Galilee tourism association website: www.gogalil.org/upper_galilee.asp
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.