Founded in 1882 by Baron Edmond James de Rothschild, Carmel Winery is the first Zionist enterprise. For over 130 years Carmel has been the primary wine producer in Israel. Carmel Winery manufactures table wines, Tirosh (grape juice) and Kiddush wines. It is one of the largest producers of grape-based alcoholic beverages in Israel, with an annual production of 12 million bottles. The company has three production sites in the North (including its historical site in Zichron Ya'acov), as well as a boutique winery in the south. The company has 13,000 dunams of vineyards across Israel - from the Galilee and the Golan Heights in the North, to the Negev in the South. In 2013, a private investor group led by Kedma Capital, acquired control of Carmel Winery.
Carmel winery is a living part in the history of Israel as a nation.
Carmel wines have won more medals than any other Israeli wine.
Table wines, Tirosh (grape juice) and Kiddush wines.