Join us for our flagship tour as we taste our way around some of Israel’s best locations. Each tour has its own unique story to tell and taste, as we sip our way around Israel’s vibrant and delicious history.
There’s no better way to describe this tour than “fun on foot”. Stroll with glass in hand, guide by your side, and great wine being poured at just the ideal spots for a great picture and a scenic L’chayim to soak in the views on our ‘walking with wine’ series. Mixing comedy with cabernet, history with Syrah, this is truly an experience for one and all. Tours can be tailored to be family friendly, team-building, wedding/bar mitzvah/celebratory, or simply for good people, who like good wine, wanting to have a good time. Come celebrate our day together, feeling the joy of great wine, travel, and glasses raised high.
This experience lets us enjoy our signature tour and the wonderful wines we pour throughout. We keep your glass full of Israel’s best wines, as well as the tales and legends of this land, to elevate our conversation and our travel together.
In Jaffa we mix our wine with legends from the Ottoman era, and how a little french general showed up on her shores and changed history forever. This tour requires a touch more walking, but the views are surely worth the extra steps. In Zichron-Yaakov our tour takes to the heart of the story of the Baron Rothschild’s patronage, and the Carmel winery that thrust Israel back into the winemaking world after more than a thousand years. Here we visit the ohel Yaakov synagogue and take a stroll down the main boulevard with plenty of alleyways that reveal hidden secrets and stories. We are happy to offer you a tour in the Caesaria National Park visiting a time when Romans once ruled the land and from where Jewish rebels launched their fateful revolt. Choose between a visit to the whole site or just the harbor which provides us with the perfect setting for our tour. The charming district of Neve Zedek is the ideal setting for us to share our passion for all things Zion and the community that sprung up on these sand dunes over a hundred years ago before the foundation stones of Tel Aviv were ever lain. And finally, in Sarona we raise a glass to the long gone, but not forgotten, German Templers, who set up their colony with beer and wine, always on their mind. This site has some underground surprises and will surely leave visitors with a new found appreciation for the other colonies that allowed Tel Aviv to truly take root.
Each site is a joy onto it’s own and we invite you to pick your setting and leave the rest up to us as we go walking with wine.