The winery was established in 2003 and it produces approximately 100,000 bottles annually. This is a unique winery, located in Kfar Tikva, on a mountainside on the northern slopes of Mount Carmel with a view of the landscapes of the Jezreel Valley. Kfar Tikva is a community village for a special needs population, and the Tulip Winery is one of the bases for the village residents’ development and commercial integration within the workforce. 10% of the winery income is a donation to the village and its residents. The winery vineyards are spread over several areas in Israel, particularly the Upper Galilee and Judean Hills. The wine varieties are very varied. A visit to the winery includes entrance to the beautifully designed visitor center which includes a store selling wine, products to accompany wine, and other locally made products. The visitors will receive an explanation about the process of establishing a winery, wine production, and the work together with Kfar Tikva residents; they will also be able to enjoy tasting at an extensive bar. Groups can upgrade their visit with a cold, dairy meal, or book a wine and chocolate, or wine and spices, workshop. It is also possible to book “Fun in the Valley” packages, which include a day trip in the valley countryside, along with food and boutique treats.
Friday: 10:00 – 13:00 Saturday: 11:00 – 16:00 Groups visits are by prior arrangement.
How to get there:
You can reach the winery from various locations. From Hatishbi Junction next to Yokneam, drive for 2 kilometers along Road 722 up until the junction at the entrance to Kiryat Haroshet. Turn left, and cross Kiryat Haroshet up until the intersection of Nahal Kedumim Street and Ma’ale Tivon. Continue along Ma’ale Tivon up until Rotem Street, and from there to Mordechai Gur Street. Now continue to the entrance to Kfar Tikva. You can also reach the winery from the Ha’amakim Junction on Road 60. At the junction, turn onto Road 76 and, after several dozen meters, turn onto Road 7213 in the direction of Elroy. Continue along this road until it meets Mordechai Gur Street, turn right, and continue to the entrance to Kfar Tikva. From Tivon, approach via Yitzhak Rabin Street up until where it meets Mordechai Gur Street, and continue up until the entrance to Kfar Tikva.
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.