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Living the dream, drinking its fruit.
the roots of the seed
Edmond James de Rothschild envisioned a rich wine culture in the land of Israel. We are proud to be part of the realization of that dream.
Baron Edmond de Rothschild
The great Jewish benefactor Baron Edmond de Rothschild’s first visit to the land of Israel. During a 10-day tour the Baron makes his intentions and convictions known. He speaks of the importance of working the land, being connected to it, proving to the people of the world that the Jewish people are strong and resilient farmers, worthy of the land of Israel. The Baron then decides to found ‘Arbeiter Shulla’, a training school for farm workers. Two years later, graduates of this establishment will found and settle Bat Shlomo.
Yossi Horwitz, Yossie's Corkboard, July 31, 2014
Bat Shlomo, Chardonnay, 2012: A definitively new World Chardonnay that spent ten months in (80% new French) oak (barrel fermented as well), emerging with a crisp structure that clearly benefited ...
Bat Shlomo Vineyards – Wine fit for a kingHaKerem: The Israeli Wine Blog, July 21, 2014
When Baron Edmond de Rothschild first bought the land now known of as Bat Shlomo, he brought wine experts from France to school the Jewish pioneers in the a...
2012 Bat Shlomo Vineyards IsraelBatherine Fallis, July 2014
In this Sauvignon Blanc review, by Resident Master Sommelier, Catherine Fallis of Planet Grape, we explore a very old, but perhaps less familiar wine region – Israel – with the ’12 Bat...
The wines of Northern Israel: Bat Shlomo VI Magazine, Miquel Hudin, June 2014
While Bat Shlomo is sorta technically not Galilee, it sorta technically is, especially as regional wine maps in Israel are a bit “fluid” and will often lump the Carme...