I often get emails from brides asking for recommendations for wineries available for weddings. So rather than come up with a collection to email out each time, I thought I could get it all on the blog and share it with everyone. So here you go!
Tishbi Winery– Located between Binyamina and Zichron Yaakov, the Tishbi Winery has been passed through four generations and continues to practice the traditional growing methods of its founders. The center accepts parties and other events for 100 people or more, and hosts a restaurant that sits 50 under a closed porch and an open air area under the shade of roof vines that seats about 100.
Belev HaKerem– Just minutes away from the hustle and bustle of central Israel sits Belev HaKerem, a venue sitting on acres of active vineyards once owned by the Rothschild family.Belev HaKerem has onsite catering is the perfect setting for any couple looking to have a wedding in nature but close enough to Tel Aviv that guests can easily travel back and forth.
Bistro de Carmel at Carmel Winery- Located in Zichron Yaakov, Carmel Winery is a popular tourist destination that hosts the Koshery (Halevi) Bistro de Carmel. The bistro has a large events menu for about 200nis/guest
Gush Etzion Winery- Close to Jerusalem lies Gush Etzion Winery and it’s Kosher Halevi/Fish restaurant overlooking the vineyards. The winery can hold events for up to 120 guests
Binyamina Winery- Established in 1925 by Hungarian Immigrants, Binyamina is the fourth largest winery in Israel with a vistors center that was originally used as a perfume factory built by Baron de Rothschild. Weddings may be held within the vistors center for up to 100 guests
Psagot Winery- Psagot’s facitlies are experienced with the events world as many weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, and other celebrations pass through the vineyard year round. Up to 500 guests can be hosted in the open gardens and during the winter months, 200 guests can be in the enclosed rustic-styled building.