Fri 7 February 2020 | 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Wine on the Vine - Elazar Ben Azrya 3, Tel Aviv,
Celebrate Tu B’shvat this year with a wine party Wine on the Vine style! Join us for a day in the vineyards of Domaine Herzberg Winery and enjoy the fruits of the Land of Israel while literally among them. It will be a whole new way to celebrate the “birthday of the trees.”
The day will be filled with plenty of wine, cheese and other Tu B’shvat treats and you will have the opportunity to PRUNE VINES in the vineyard!
Purchase your tickets today and celebrate the birthday of the trees the right way!
Price: 70 NIS | 100 NIS with transportation
Transportation will be provided at a small extra cost of 30 shekels from both Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.
Buses will leave at 11AM SHARP from the following locations:
Tel Aviv Bus:
Leaves from Malchei Yisrael, Tel Aviv-Yafo
Across from Bar Louie on Kikar Rabin
Leaves from The First Station (David Remez Street 4), behind the track by Tommy’s Street Food
Both buses will leave the winery around 2:30PM and return to the same locations.
About Domaine Herzberg Winery:
Our winery partner Domaine Herzberg Winery is a family winery in Moshav Sitriya. They produce wine using traditional methods and in limited editions, and grow their own grapes in the vineyard adjacent to the winery, with minimal intervention and natural growth methods. Their wines include Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec and Petite Sirah. The wine is aged for a minimum of 12 months in oak barrels, following the best French tradition. The winery is managed by Max Herzberg, a veteran biotechnologist, voted 2018 Man of the Year in the wine industry by Foodis Magazine and his son, Yoel, a set designer for films and plays.
About Tu B’Shvat:
Tu B’Shvat gets its name from the date on which the holiday occurs, the 15th of the month of Shevat. A minor Jewish holiday, it is often referred to as the new year (or “birthday”) of the trees. The holiday originated in the Talmud, and was based on the date chosen for calculating the agricultural cycle of taking tithes from the produce of the trees, which were brought as first-fruit offerings to the Temple in Jerusalem.
Tu B’Shvat has developed into an ecological holiday that reminds Jews of their connection to the earth and their role as caretakers of the environment. Many celebrate the holiday with a special feast of the seven species endemic to the Land of Israel including: wheat, barley, grapes, figs, pomegranates, olives, dates.