Towards Shavuot: Haifa will celebrate in a big way at the Great Wine Festival in the North – Kalbo – Haifa … – Kalbo – Haifa and the North

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By Manilal

This is the second year in a row that the Hermitage chain organizes the largest wine festival in the North – “I Love Wine Festival”. The event will be held on May 24 and 25 in a complex of approximately 1500 square meters, where there will be around 25 stands of the best Israeli wineries and cheeses from around the world, music performances and DJs

Published on: 8.5.23 13:55

The largest wine festival in the north – “I Love Wine Festival” – will take place on May 23 and 24 in a 1,500-square-meter complex specially built at the entrance of the Hermitage Wine and Alcohol Store in the Haifa Congress Center. The event, which is being held for the second year in a row, will be held under The Dome of the Sky and will feature around 25 stands of the best Israeli wineries and wines from around the world, cheeses and various foods, musical performances and a DJ.

Held on the occasion of Shavuot, the celebration offers an added value to Israeli wine lovers when professional representatives from the wineries will be waiting at each station, introducing their wines and answering questions. winners who will participate The festival features Castell, Amphora, Witkin, Adir, Jezreel, Raziel, Latam, Yetir, Luria, Feldstein, Tulip, Sosun Yam, Ramat Negev, Shiloh, Beit El, Maya, Har Odem, Gush Etzion, Sogot, Tzuba, Emek. Hala and Afod.

One of the wineries participating in the festival (Photo: Ekaterina Burindin)

Wine from Tzava Winery that will take part in the festival (Photo: Ekaterina Burindin)

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After more than 1,000 people attended the festival last year, this year the festival complex was expanded and stands were added. According to estimates, this year 1,500 to 2,000 visitors are expected over the two days of the festival. Each participant who bought a ticket to the festival will receive a crystal wine glass as a gift at the entrance, with which he will walk between the stands and enjoy a free tasting. Also, wine will be sold at special prices for Shavuot in nearby stores.

Hermitage Group was established in 2011. From a small store by Ann Humafartz, inspired by St. Petersburg’s Hermitage Museum, the chain was founded with a vision of a shopping experience that Israeli consumers had not yet known – a large variety while maintaining attractive prices. Wine brands and types, tasting stations and professional service.

The Hermitage, 2 Kadoshi Yassi St. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 24 and 25 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. tickets can be purchased in the official program of the festival

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