The winery was established in 2004 and it produces around 7,000 bottles annually. The vineyards from which the wine is produced are in the Elah Valley, Kerem Ben Zimra, Ramot Naftali, Kfar Tabor and Amikam in the Alona Valley. The list of grape varieties includes Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz, Cabernet Franc, Petite Sirah, Petit Verdot and Muscat. The winery was built in Moshav Mishmeret in the Tel Mond Bloc, in an area with views of the region, and the visit includes a tour and wine tastings. All the Mond Winery wines are kosher, under the supervision of the Lev Hasharon Regional Rabbinate.
The winery is open to visitors every Friday, from 10:00 – 16:00. Weekdays by prior arrangement only.
How to get there:
The winery can be reached via Road 4 from the south and north. Turn east at the junction at the entrance to Moshav Tel Mond, and continue along Derech Halord up until the junction where there are signposts to the Herut and Mishmeret moshavim (next to the gas station). The winery is at Farm 24.