A winemaking paradise: Shiloh Winery brings ancient Israel back to life
The words of Ezekiel are coming to life on the ancient hills of Shiloh, where Shiloh Winery's chief winemaker is making top-ranked wine.
A BLEND OF WINE, JUDAISM AND THE LAND OF ISRAEL
Imagine winemaking at Ancient Shiloh 3,000 years ago. This was where the Tabernacle and Ark of the Covenant resided before Jerusalem came on the scene.
Shiloh Winery: Where Grapes Would Grow & Wine Would Flow
Since 2000, Shiloh Winery has been making flavorful wines on the hills of Shiloh, bringing this once prophecy to life. In an area described in the Bible as a place where grapes would grow and wine would flow, Chief Winemaker Amichai Lourie has established Shiloh as one of Israel’s best-producing wineries.
The Changing style of Israeli Wine
Producers in this ancient region look to the past and future to create thoroughly modern wines. Read more at this digital issue of Wine Enthusiast
Shiloh winery: Modernity, quality and history
"Archaeological findings and ancient wine presses abound in the region, giving witness to a bountiful winemaking past."
Tasting through the cream of the kosher crop
This year, the wines are looking
even better: They’re rich, deep, and
modern, with style and complexity.
Global Drink Wine Day: 20 wines to discover
To celebrate Global Drink Wine Day, we highlight a selection of truly exciting, 95+ point wines from the Decanter World Wine Awards 2020 for those feeling adventurous...
Shiloh – Wines from the Heart of the Land of Israel
The wines of Shiloh are unique in many ways, but a few things really stand out. For one, many of the wines are Mevushal, prompting noted wine critic Mark Squires from Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate to comment that the wines, although Mevushal, are a worthwhile choice for all crowds...