FEB 18, 2021, Zichron Yaacov, Israel – Wherever you are for Passover or whoever you celebrate it with, you will really want to enjoy 4 cups of wine at the Seder table to commemorate the Israelites’ exodus to freedom – especially in 2021!

And what better way to celebrate than with Carmel, an iconic Israeli brand that is one of the most respected producers of exceptional kosher wines in the world. As one of Israel’s largest wineries, it represents an elite portfolio of vineyards in all of the country’s valuable development areas.

These wines are made from sun-drenched grapes grown in the land of Israel, where the terroir and microclimates are combined with expert winemaking methods and techniques to produce award-winning wines. From dry and crisp to woody and fruity, among many other options, they all have the perfect finish to complement a seder dish.

You can’t go wrong by starting at the beginning, suggests Gabe Geller, public relations manager for Royal Wine Corp, the largest importer of kosher wines and spirits. Carmel was one of the first wineries in Israel. They have nearly 140 years of expertise under their belt and their wines are consistently recognized for their high quality and value.

Just in time for Easter 2021, a number of excellent Carmel wines have been released in the United States. According to head winemaker Ifta Perez Carmel, Americans can expect very exceptional values from Carmel. Some of our Cabernets, for example, are not only an excellent choice for Easter and all year round, but are also very good value for money. These are some of the best and most popular holiday wines in Israel.

An outstanding 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon is a great value to watch. It is the best-selling show in Israel. This dry red wine from the hills of Shomroma has a fruity and refreshing character. It has aromas of red and black plums and coffee. MSRP 9.99

One of Mr. Perez’s key recommendations comes from Carmel’s private collection, which recently made its debut in the U.S. market. The 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon Private Collection is made from grapes grown in the famous Galilee region and aged in oak barrels for eight months. It is rich, fruity and full of black fruit, plum and oak flavors. Year after year, this wine is described as the best value for money in Israel. MSRP 14.99

The 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon appellation is made from grapes grown in the Upper Galilee and aged for 12 months in French oak barrels. This series of wines is among the best wine regions in Israel. The region produces wines with a special taste and character. It is a dry red wine with a long finish and pronounced aromas of blueberries, blackcurrants and eucalyptus. MSRP 24.99

Tasting notes for Carmel wine


Carmel Winery was founded in 1882 by Baron Edmond de Rothschild – owner of the famous Château Lafite-Rothschild in Bordeaux – and works with 108 winemaking families. The company operates some 3,500 hectares of Israel’s best vineyards, from the Galilee and Golan Heights in the north to the Negev in the south. Among these vineyards are some of the best individual vineyards in the country. Carmel uses state-of-the-art technology to produce a wide range of wines in a variety of styles and prices, from entry-level to premium bottles. Thanks to 139 years of knowledge, experience and uncompromising quality, Carmel wines receive well-deserved praise and prestigious awards from the international wine community.

All Carmel wines are certified OU Kosher and OU-P. For more information, please visithttp://carmelwines.co.il/en/about/.

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