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knows exactly where and when the wine had appeared. It is older
than the civilization, it is even older than the human memory itself.
The wine was being made and drunk as long ago as in prehistoric
times. In late Stone Age the man already worshipped the vine and
pressed the wine using stone and bone instruments.
The wine consumption by Jews has the traditions as old as the
history of Jewish people. Not casually the first job made by Noah
after landing his overfull Ark to the coast after the Flood, was-
planting the vineyard.
Jews gathered grapes in complete conformity to prescribed procedure.
The juice from just pressed grapes was put into huge clay vessels
where the fermentation took place. Abraham’s great-grandsons loved
to boil the wine. In such a way, they condensed it up to syrupy
consistence. According to laws of that time a vineyard owner, who
hadn’t managed to finish vintage and to make the wine, was released
from military service.
Modern Israel wine-makers carefully cherish ancient
manufacturing traditions of this divine drink, using advanced technologies
of grape processing, wine mixing and wine storage.
The wine, made in Israel, passes obligatory control
of quality in Wine Institute of Israel"
and receives the certificate of kosher. Therefore it may decorate
both table and collection of any true Jew.
Well familiar the fans of wine and professionals information about magic wines of Israel, but from the completely new, original point of view, read each week on our site . Author - Micah D. Halpern is the AOL columnist from Israel. He is a theologian and a historian and director of the Jerusalem Center for European Study. His column can be read on AOL Keyword Jewish News and on the www.Jewish.com
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