One of the country’s largest and most high profile festivals of food, wine, and spirits, featuring a wide array of top producers. Wines of Israel represented at both the 11/15 Grand Decant Tasting and 11/16 Grand Tasting.
Top educational conference for wine professionals and serious enthusiasts. An 11/13 seminar titled “Global vs. Domestic: Is the World Wine Stage Getting Smaller?” led by Advanced Sommelier Erik Segelbaum and featuring an Israeli wine, Segal Unfiltered.
Third and final GuildSomm masterclass on the wines of Israel and the Eastern Mediterranean. Held at Mastro’s Steakhouse.
The second in the GuildSomm Eastern Mediterranean masterclass series led by Bryce Wiatrak. Israel will be analyzed in-depth, in addition to Cyprus and Lebanon. Held at Wine Bar George.
The first in a series of masterclasses on the wines of the Eastern Mediterranean led by GuildSomm Staff Writer Bryce Wiatrak, who recently traveled to Israel, Lebanon, and Cyprus.
An educational consumer masterclass on September 20th entitled “Old(est) World Wine” held at the Breakers Stable.
A dinner for trade open by invitation only on September 19 in which select Israeli wines will be poured.
A masterclass at Chicago’s City Winery led by Advanced Sommelier Rachel Speckan Driver, with a theme of “Exploring the Unknown Side of the Mediterranean.”
A masterclass at Philadelphia’s Zahav restaurant led by Advanced Sommelier Erik Segelbaum, with a theme of “Exploring the Unknown Side of the Mediterranean.”
A masterclass at Boston’s City Winery led by WSET Diploma-holder and Certified Sommelier Erika Frey on September 12th with a theme of “Exploring the Unknown Side of the Mediterranean.”
Seminars led by Advanced Sommelier Erik Segelbaum at Union Park Events in New York City on September 10th. Breads and mezze provided by a lineup of outstanding local restaurants, including Breads Bakery, Nur, and Lamalo.
Inaugural consumer-focused Grand Tasting on September 10th at Union Park Events in New York City. Breads and mezze provided by a lineup of outstanding local restaurants, including Breads Bakery, Nur, and Lamalo.
August 16th seminar led by freelance wine journalist and WSET Diploma-holder Cathrine Todd at the Society of Wine Educators Conference entitled “The New Israel: Biblical Grapes Meet Orange Wines in a Bubbling Mediterranean Melting Pot.”
Seminars attended by trade and press on June 24th and 25th at SommCon in Washington, D.C., a leading conference for sommelier-level education and training of wine professionals and serious enthusiasts.
The official launch event of the first campaign promoting the Wines of Israel on May 15th at Kubeh, Manhattan’s acclaimed Mediterranean and Middle Eastern restaurant known for its Israel-centric cuisine.