“Wine gladdens Man’s heart,” King David wrote in his Psalms 3,000 years ago, and he was referring to the wines of Judea and Samaria.
Imagine being able to walk and work in the same place that your ancestors once thrived thousands of years ago. That’s exactly what one winemaker in the Samarian Hills is doing.
Over 3000 years ago, Shiloh – one of the most ancient wine territories in the world – preceded Jerusalem as the worship center of the Israelites. Today, the industry has been revived, and it produces some of the best internationally recognized wines.
Shiloh was the first capital of the Israelite Kingdom. Learn about the Shiloh Winery, located in Judea and Samaria, the ancient homeland of the Jewish people.
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