Rosh Pina: The 11th Wine Fair
The fair at Rosh Pina is a leading culinary event for the developing wine culture in the Galilee. This year's fair will host the best wineries of the Galilee, the Golan, and the valleys. These will present fine wines from the northern terroir alongside Galilean food stalls with an emphasis on local agricultural produce, a café, accessory products, seating areas, and live music in a magical night atmosphere.
WHEN: Wednesday-Thursday, May 17-18, between 19:00-24:00
At the wine fair complex, Rosh Pina (follow signs from the entrance)
The Galilean Fair is a great opportunity for fascinating meetings with the people of the Galilean wineries, winemakers, and vintners. About 28 wineries have already confirmed their participation, among them - Naaman Winery, Avivim Winery, Har Zemer Winery, Acre Wines, Scoria Winery, Bazelet HaGolan Winery, Old Safed Winery, Galil Mountain Winery, Alber Winery, and more.
This year, the fair will host panels of wine experts and lovers on stage holding a fascinating discussion about the wine industry. On the musical side, entertainment throughout the evening will be maintained by ensembles from the 'Maqamat Academy of Oriental Music' with worldwide music combined with ancient musical instruments alongside DJ Uri Hadar with fine music throughout the event and the Latin Power band that will bring the Latin magic.
"The Galilean Wine Fair in Rosh Pina has become a flagship event over the years. This year we are celebrating the wine fair to mark the 140th anniversary of Rosh Pina. The 11th fair will provide a festive stage for wineries, Galilean agriculture, and producers and will strengthen the sense of local pride in wine culture and great food. It is a meeting place full of a unique atmosphere for the residents of the Galilee and the entire country. I invite the general public to come and celebrate with us. Cheers!", said Moti Hatiel, head of the Rosh Pina Council.
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