HaCormim Winery 1848
The winery was established in 1848 by the family’s ancestor, Reb Avraham Shor, who immigrated to Palestine from White Russia in 1834 and settled in Tzfat. He moved from there to Tiberias, and later to Jerusalem. He established the winery here within the Old City, close to the Western Wall. The grapes came from vineyards in the Hebron Hills, and were marketed under the brand name Conditon, a name for wine which appears in the Talmud. During the 1929 riots, the winery moved from the Old City to the Beit Yisrael neighborhood, and it expanded after the establishment of the State of Israel and transferred to the Tel Arza neighborhood. In 1958 the winery relocated to Givat Shaul, and in 1970 it merged with the Carmia-Mikve Yisrael Winery. As the production capacity rose, the winery gradually transferred up until 1978 to its current location in the Mishor Adumim industrial park, and is managed by the descendants of the founder. All the winery’s products are kosher lemehadrin. The winery produces around 2 million bottles annually, and visitors can be given explanations on the winery’s activity.
Sunday – Thursday: 08:00 – 15:30
How to get there:
On Road 1 between Maale Adummim and Mitzpe Yericho, turn into the Mishor Adumim industrial park. Contine along Hahevra Hacalcalit Avenue until it intersects with Haruvit Street. Now turn right (westwards) to building number 20. There is also an access road from Maale Adummim via the Nofei Sela neighborhood.
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.