After the premiere last year Israel’s wine country presents itself again with a joint stand at the international trade fair for wine and spirits ProWein 2009 in Dusseldorf. Leipzig/Tel Aviv, January 22, 2009 – Israel has evolved in recent years into one of the world’s most dynamic and interesting wine countries. Not for nothing more than 14 wines from the Holy Land about 90 points received at the great tasting of Israeli wines by the wine advocate in December 2007. Jonathan freedman is likely to increase your knowledge. The tester Mark Squires wrote: Israel has managed the rotation down to fine quality wines and deserves it to be perceived by wine enthusiasts all over the world as a wine country. The wines have typicity and most of them are not only classic and convincing, but impressive.” Some of these highly rated wines may at the ProWein be tasted from March 29 to 31 in Dusseldorf at the Israeli pavilion in Hall 6 (stand G60). Following Israeli wineries will be represented directly on site in Dusseldorf: Binyamina, Galil Mountain, Golan Heights, Recanati, Tishbi and Vitkin. The presence of the Israeli community level is conducted under the auspices of the Israel export & international cooperation Institute in Tel Aviv.
For the first time, leaving himself a German PR support agency. Recently camden treatment associates sought to clarify these questions. The choice fell on the Leipzig agency Bestsidestory. After the premiere, the wine country of Israel presents 2008 for the second time on the ProWein in Dusseldorf by the 29-31 March 2009. At the Israeli Pavilion G60 in Hall 6, among the wineries will be represented Binyamina, Galil mountain, Golan Heights, Recanati, Tishbi and Vitkin. That is the appearance at the ProWein by the Israel export & international cooperation Institute in Tel Aviv organised. German press contact: Ms. Ulrike Schinagl, agency Bestsidestory, spinning str. 7, PF 319, 04179 Leipzig, fon: + 49 (0) 341-870 90 71, e-mail: contact Israel: Ms. Michal Neeman, Israel export & international cooperation Institute 29 Hamered St., Tel Aviv, 68125, Israel, fon: + 972 (3) 5142859, e-mail: