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In the late 1800's, Baron Edmond de Rothschild gave a generous donation to wine making in Israel. He also sent
over some French grapes, including Carignan,
Chenin Blanc and
Muscat. These grapes are found growing throughout
the country. There are five main regions in Israel, the two best known being Galilee and Samaria. The region
with the most wineries and wine potential is Galilee. Within Galilee lies Golan Heights, both a sub-region and
a company. As a sub-region, Golan Heights has perfect altitude and soils to grow international varieties and
the wines coming out of the region are excellent. As a company, Golan Heights exports the most wine out of
Israel including Yarden, Gamla and Golan. Other notable producers include Recanati,Tishbi and Barkan. These producers
are making wines that are dry, complex and high-quality.