Israel is home to some fantastic wineries and they have all one thing in common: the excellence of their products. Tel Aviv
offers an extraordinary selection of wine tasting bars and restaurants, each with their own concept. Read on to discover the best places to enjoy Mediterranean scenery and authentic Israeli red and white wines.
Jajo Wine Bar
The owners of Jajo Wine Bar have transformed a cave into a unique drinking establishment. They serve the finest wines with excellent food and you can take part in various events, many of which combine wine from their impressive wine list with a fixed menu, selected especially for you by their Chef, Adi Levi.
27 Rav Aluf David Elazar Street, +972 3 522 5822
Par Derriere is one of the focal reference points for the wine bar trend. The bar offers a great selection of wines, both local and from abroad, mixed with fresh appetizers and sandwiches. This place is unique, the owner designed a fantastic outdoor bar that reminds one of a combination of Paris and the Mediterranean.
Bat Ami St 7, Tel Aviv-Yafo, +972 3-629-2111
The Tasting Room
Bar, Market, Wine Bar, Israeli
The Tasting Room
The Tasting Room is particularly special, seeing as it is really two places in one. It’s a trendy bar and a wine store at the same time, located in the historic Sarona complex. They offer their customers an innovative concept: an automated pouring system, allowing the customers to taste 40 wines from Israel and abroad with the use of a smart card.
Kaplan 36, Tel Aviv, (03) 5333213
Wine tasting | Courtesy of The Tasting Room
Bar, Wine Bar, European, $$$
Alkalay is known as a café, but in reality is also a wine and tea bar. The place is adorned with bottles of wine from all around the world and the wine menu itself is incredibly extensive, with some particularly good choices from Australia. Visitors can also select dishes from their food menu, which offers a large variety of meals.
Alkalai 1, 62742 Tel Aviv-Yafo, (03) 604-1260
Courtesy of Alkalay Wine Bar