MY WINE- Nevo 2012

On  an early September 2012 morning,  I picked 412 kg of Cabernet Sauvignon grapes from the high mountains of the Galilee (900 m). The grapes were transported to  the Soreq Winery where I crushed them and added yeast. The must fermented for 3 weeks at a temperature of 28 degrees. The next step was to press the must and track the Melolactic fermentation. The wine was building body in a one year old French oak barrel.


 On July 2013 I created a blend (after alot of delightful experiments...) and mixed the Cabernet sauvignon with 4% of Merlot from Jerusalem mountain's and 3% of Petit Verdot from the Ella valley.

on november 15 ,2013 the wine was botteled.


                     MY WINE- Aner 2014

 2014 Cabernet Sovinion from two different vineyards in the Golan highs. the high altitude and the volcanic soil contribute to a complex wine rich and delightful. 16 mounts in a new American oak barrel.


  It was surrealistic . when I was harvesting the grapes in a beautiful vineyard , and could hear the sound's of the Syrian civil war on the other side of the border.  I wish the war there will end soon.

"When they reached the valley of eshkol, they cut off a branch bearing a single cluster of grapes. Two of them carried it on a pole between them..." (Numbers 13:23) 

Hello and Shalom!


I am Elad Bar Ilan, 36, born in Tel Aviv, currently living in a Small Kibbutz name  Hulda, with my wife Neomi and sons Nevo, Aner and Sinay

And also: Former soldier, active tour guide and educator, I studied Wine and Agriculture for 3 years at the "Soreq" Wine School and History at the Tel Aviv University. I perform Culinary tours in urban markets and farms, as well as guided hikes and outdoor activities. In addition, in the last couple of years I'm exporting Israeli wines to wine lovers around the world.

I love: wine,  people, nature, sun, agriculture, open green fields,  mountain tops, dogs, the bible, music, basketball, mountain biking and single malt whiskey.

"  And they shall sit every    man under his Vine and    under his fig tree ..."    (Micah    4:4)



​"Noah, a man of the soil, proceeded to plant a vineyard.  When he drank some of its wine, he became drunk and lay uncovered inside his tent"(Genesis 9:20-1).

Drink responsibly, you never know who might enter your tent... and yes, 3800 years ago people were making wine in the land of Israel.