Category: Articles

May
1
2013

America, here we come

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During this year, we have begun our collaboration with Israel Wine Direct, which was founded by Richard Schaffer in 2006. IWDs’ mission is to introduce quality Israeli wines to the American public. In 2012, Agnes Goldberger, Arie Hochberg and Mayer Jacobovitz, three Americans who were introduced to Great Israeli Wines by Richard and share his beliefs and passions.They assumed leadership of IWD from Richard with the intent to continue what Richard has started and expand it by offering more choices and developing more venues for Americans to experience these great wines.

IWD has managed to enroll a few of Israel finest boutique wineries such as:  Pelter, Margalit, Shvo and others. We are thrilled of this flourishing collaboration and getting ready for our next shipment on January 2014.

American customers, residing in the USA, can purchase our wines directly through IDW website- Click here.

April
1
2013

From the small village to the big apple

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The Jewish Week is an independent community newspaper that has been part of Jewish New York scene for some many years, and reaches some 70,000 households, in the New York areas. Last March it held wine tasting at the city winery in New York city. Here are some of the things he had to say about our wines.

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May
29
2012

Barbera 2010 – Chef’s Conclusion

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Alon Gonen, Chef at ‘Echol and Chateau’, visited the 2012 IsraWinExpo wine exhibition twice in order to review the most intriguing wineries and wines. Among these was the Ramot Naftaly Winery, with its 2010 Barbera.
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May
29
2012

Malbec Time

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The Ramot Naftaly Winery is one of the first in Israel to grow and produce varietal Malbec. “The difference and uniqueness between the wineries is reflected in the development of the grapes in growing areas, which vary greatly from one another. Another interesting distinction is blends of different varietals,” says Yitzhak Cohen, Ramot Naftaly’s winemaker and founder. He continues to explain the uniqueness of growing the Malbec variety as an independent variety.

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May
16
2012

Sideways

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Ronit Rad took to the scenic Hula Valley, and came to Moshav Ramot Naftaly to enjoy nature – in the winery she had the pleasure of tasting a number of fine wines.