including children’s events or celebrations with children such as bar/batmitzvah.
We recommend cocktail-style celebrations, around wine barrels with high bar chairs, as well as more formal seated events.
What is included in the price?
Our Visitors Center is at your service with wine barrels for tables, bar chairs*, our wine collection, screen, projector and professional sound system, wines according to your preference and budget, background music and live saxophone from our wine-maker.
The price does not include catering and serving personnel.
* standard tables and chairs are also available
We play a wide selection of music accompanied by the live saxophone sounds of our wine-maker.
A band, singer and/or DJ can be arranged at additional cost.
We only serve cheese and vegetable platters with fresh breads and savory spreads. We can recommend personalized catering according to your preferences and budget. In addition, you can provide your own catering as long as it is accordance with our kosher standards.
Yes. Our large screen descends from the ceiling and is connected to a projector, computer, and professional sound system with microphones. We recommend you provide your presentation in advance on a disk or thumb drive in advance to ensure it is compatible with our system
No. The winery operates as an Open House on Fridays and everyone is welcome. However until 13:30 it is usually possible to be our guests in a more private atmosphere although not exclusively so.
The winery is closed on Friday nights till the end of the Sabbath. We can host private events on Saturday nights.
About three hours.
Yes although balloons are not recommended because of our ceiling fans. We do not allow fireworks, sparklers or confetti.
Private events are held for a minimum of 20 people.
You can only bring your own soft drinks or self-service coffee stand. We do not allow any type of alcohol whatsoever,
Yes, all our wines are strictly kosher l’mehadrin for Passover and all the days of the year under the supervision of Badatz Beit Yosef and Belz (not Mevushal). The food is kosher under Rabbinical supervision.
Yes, there is free parking at the winery.