Golan Heights Winery

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Golan Heights Winery
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founding 1983
Seat Katzrin , Golan , IsraelIsraelIsrael 
management Victor Schoenfeld
Number of employees 150
Branch Viticulture
Website www.golanwines.co.il

The Golan Heights Winery is a winery based in the small town of Katzrin in the Golan Heights . Almost all of their cultivation areas are in the Golan Heights. If you include the disputed area of ​​Israel, it is the third largest in the country , behind the Carmel wineries and the Barkan Wine Cellars (as of 2012).

The winery, founded in 1983 with around 150 employees, is owned by eight shareholders: four kibbutzim and four moshavim . It was the first winery in Israel-controlled areas to focus on the production of high quality wines, marketed under the names Yarden , Gamla and Golan . About a third of the annual production of 6 million bottles (2008) is exported. The importer for Germany is CWD, a group company of Hawesko Holding .

A subsidiary is the Galil Mountain Winery in Kibbutz Yiron in Upper Galilee . In 2006 the Golan Brewery was opened as a further subsidiary of the Golan Heights Winery . The pub brewery with a 10 hl cast-out volume was made in Germany and is run by a German master brewer. Since summer 2010 the beer has been sold throughout Israel under the brand name "Bazelet".

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Coordinates: 32 ° 59 ′ 16.8 ″  N , 35 ° 42 ′ 25.2 ″  E