Tishbi Winery

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Tishbi Winery
Tishbi logo.gif
Location Binyamina, Israel
Coordinates 32°34′56″N 34°57′05″E / 32.5823°N 34.9513°E / 32.5823; 34.9513
Wine region Shomron
Founded 1984 (1984)
Key people Jonathan Tishbi, founder
Other products Wine jam, Fruit jam
Distribution Global[1]
Website www.tishbi.com

The Tishbi Winery (Hebrew: יקבי תשבי‎), located in Binyamina, is Israel's sixth largest with production of about 1 million bottles of wine annually.[2][3] Its wines are sold in 25 countries.[1]

The Tishbi family was commissioned by Baron Edmond de Rothschild to plant the first modern vineyard in Israel.[4] In 1984 Jonathan Tishbi founded the Tishbi winery.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Barzilay, Gail; Gleit, Heidi J. "L'Chaim - To Life". 
  2. ^ Rogov, Daniel (2012). The Ultimate Rogov's Guide to Israeli Wine. p. 561. 
  3. ^ "Fast Facts". Wines of Israel. January 4, 2012. 
  4. ^ a b "Family Of Vineyards & Wine". Tishbi Winery. 

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