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Givon Winery

Givon Winery

The Givon Winery is located in Givon Hadasha, 5 km north of Jerusalem, Israel – an area that was the traditional wine making center in Israel more than 2700 years ago.

When the Givon Winery was founded in 2001, the Segal and Arnesti families returned to that ancient tradition of wine making with the belief that only the highest quality grapes will make the highest quality wine.

The Givon winery produces its quality wines by using the choicest grapes from the best vineyards in central Israel. Due to the unique environment for growing grapes in this area, these grapes are of an extremely high quality.

The Givon winery specializes in the production of Cabernet Sauvignon. However, success has been achieved with some uncommon varietals. For instance, in 2004, Givon produced a limited edition of Nebbiolo with positive reviews during barrel tasting by Al HaShulchan Magazine.

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Address: Givon Hadasha, Alon St.
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