Israel's Transformation

A new generation is reshaping the country's vineyards and winemaking, and quality is on the rise
From the Oct 15, 2016, issue

Following a boom beginning in the early 2000s, driven by Israelis' search for quality from their native land and by a dawning appreciation for its wines in both Europe and America, the wine industry in the Jewish state is transforming at a rapid rate. Brothers Golan and Gilad Flam have taken this appreciation and made their mark. Wine Spectator's Kim Marcus explains.

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