Day 43 of the Omer
What better way to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Jerusalem's reunification than to spend it hobnobbing with Christian missionaries who use the occasion to cash in on its "brand"? But, hey! Isn't that what Western democracy, religious pluralism, tolerance and diversity and capitalism are all about? Wait. But, this is the Middle East and Jerusalem is the Holy City - the City of God. Well, God has nothing to do with this...
I had no idea "volunteering" could be so profitable.
Below is a list of 31 wines by Tura, Psagot, Gvaot, and Shiloh wineries for which Hayovel gets 5%:
- Tura Mountain Peak 2014
- Tura Mountain Heights Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
- Psagot Edom 2013
- Psagot Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
- Psagot Chardonnay 2016
- Psagot Merlot 2014
- Psagot Cabernet Sauvignon Single Vineyard 2013
- Psagot Shiraz 2011
- Psagot Cabernet Franc M Series 2014
- Psagot Cabernet Sauvignon M Series 2014
- Psagot Single Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon M Series 2013
- Psagot Edom M Series 2013
- Psagot Edom Magnum 2009
- Gvaot Merlot 2013
- Gvaot Gofna Reserve Pinot Noir 2013
- Gvaot Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
- Gvaot Vineyard Dance 2014
- Shiloh Exclusive Edition Mosaic 2013
- Shiloh Shor Cabernet Franc 2013
- Shiloh Secret Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
- Shiloh Secret Reserve Merlot 2011 Magnum
- Shiloh Legend Honi 2014
- Shiloh Secret Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 Magnum
- Shiloh Mosaic 2014
- Shiloh Mosaic 2014 Non-Mevushal
- Shiloh Legend 2013
- Shiloh Secret Reserve Shiraz 2013
- Shiloh Secret Reserve Merlot 2014
- Shiloh Shor Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
- Shiloh Shor Barbera 2014
- Shiloh Chardonnay 2014
Why is Kosherwine.com advertising HaYovel on their website?
Have you visited the HaYovel online store? Look at all the spin-off products they are selling thanks to their Jewish-Israeli connection.
And let's not forget the $1.5 million HaYovel base in Missouri. Self-serving, definitely!