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My Israel Wine Tours

Haifa, Israel
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About My Israel Wine Tours
For five years, we have had the pleasure of bringing hundreds of guests to our favorite Israeli wineries. Let us take you out for a day of touring and fun, meeting with the winemakers and brew-masters and taste your way through this dynamically delicious land of milk and honey… and world-class wines. Feel free to also give us a call on our American phone number: (720) 538-5447- just remember we're seven hours ahead of the East Coast! We look forward to having you join us soon for a tour here in Israel! -Esther and Amir
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Robert S wrote a review Oct 11
Wharton, New Jersey2 contributions
You will not regret booking Amir. Very knowledgeable with all aspects of wine. Knowing 9 diffrent languages so no problems translations. He knows tidbits you wouldn't get elsewhere. Highly recommended to book a tour. Enjoy 😉
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Date of experience: October 2021
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JRW1230 wrote a review Apr 2020
Miami, Florida30 contributions38 helpful votes
I've been on so many wine tours with Amir that I've lost count! Seriously, every time I go to Israel (which is at least once a year) a "must do" is going on another wine tour with Amir. Not only does he take you to outstanding boutique wineries, but he is extremely knowledgable, engaging and makes the day extremely enjoyable. It's always a fabulous day of wine, food and fun. I highly, highly recommend My Israel Wine Tours!!!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Abhishek M wrote a review Apr 2020
Atlanta, Georgia7 contributions18 helpful votes
I must admit that Amir Katz is an amazing tour guide I have ever met. He took our tour as his own and added a special personal touch to it. He is super passionate about his work and you will definitely go out with amazing life long memories. I learned a lot about Israel's present, past and future. I don’t think I would have enjoyed Israel more if he was not there. Highly highly recommended!! Message me for any questions you have. I am happy to share more about my experience. I am so happy to be guided by Amir. He made me love his country. Finally, he made us learn a couple of famous Hebrew words such as Sababa, Achi and Shalom
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Andrea V wrote a review Jan 2020
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Amir was the most passionate, knowledgeable, and impactful guide that I could of had during my time in Israel. Throughout our trip, he ensured that we learned about the entire history of Israel and the beautiful culture it holds. The itinerary during our time there was impactful because of the guidance Amir would offer. What I appreciated most about Amir is that he allowed us to express our curiosity and ask any questions we had. His personal experience and stories to go along with our questions made the entire experience more personable. The way I view the world and the way he taught me to be open to change my perspective is something in which I will carry with me in future situations. I highly encourage you to get to know Amir during your tour, as he is a light and has much to offer. I am grateful for meeting Amir and the time I had in Israel because of him.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Zahra Khan wrote a review Jan 2020
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I waited a few days to write my review to let my time in Israel sink in. Now, I can honestly say Amir changed my life. He changed the way I look at journalism, my education and my country's role in the world. As an American student journalist, that is saying a lot. Throughout my ten-day journey across the country, I witnessed the most incredible sites, cultures and people. If I had traveled alone, I would have alluded myself of the intricate history of the young nation. Walking through the back streets of Jerusalem, a basket waved in the wind, dangling from a pulley system that extended from a lone window. As a solo traveler, I would not have ended up on that street, much less have looked up to see it and even less so, know its story.  Turns out, the Patriarch Irenaios, formerly appointed to a life commitment as the Patriarch of Jerusalem by the Orthodox Church, has been hiding in his apartment since his appointment was removed. He refused to accept the dismissal and has been receiving supplies from his followers via the basket for the past seven years. It was the little details like that that made Amir the best tour guide I could've had. He sincerely made my trip. Amir made my group and I feel a part of an important dynamic that took an active role in engaging with the Israeli community. He was excellent at telling all sides of every story.  I entered Israel not knowing much about the ground I was walking on. I left with more questions than what I came in with. I left with a deeper understanding of the country's true geopolitical conditions, which were wider than I understood them to be, international precedent and foreign relations. As an American journalist, I recognize that news is filtered for ease of western consumption. It was incredibly eye-opening to hear Amir speak without sugar-coating, to the situation in the Middle East, The West Bank, The Gaza Strip and how it relates to Israel. He taught us above all, empathy is paramount. He felt for his Palestinian neighbors and their quality of life. He spoke to the situations for all people living under Israeli regulation despite his personal identification as a Jewish Israeli and American. Back home, I look forward to sharing what I learned from Amir. Two of my favorite quotes he used was, "A light that lights another loses none of its flame," and, "The mind is not a vessel to be filled but a fire to be kindled." All credit given to James Keller and Socrates, respectiely. I will never forget what he taught me and how he changed my perspective on the world. Much love to him and his family. He is truly a Jewish Indiana Jones!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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