A private Israeli winery based in the occupied West Bank.
The winery is headquartered in the Sha’ar Binyamin settlement industrial zone, and operates vineyards in several settlements in the occupied West Bank.
The winery was established in 2003 by Yaakov Berg. It produces over 750,000 wine bottles with 70% of its wines exported to different countries. In addition, the winery participates annually in international wine competitions and has received international medals and prizes.
In 2020, the winery relocated from Psagot to Sha’ar Binyamin settlement Industrial Zone in the settlement of Mateh Binyamin in the occupied West Bank. The new winery location includes a wine producing factory and a cellar and a visiting center. In 2012, When the Migron outpost in the West Bank was evacuated, the settlers were relocated to the hill where Psagot winery is located and the Israeli government pledged to finance the relocation of the winery, estimated at 25 million NIS.
The winery has selling points in the settlements of Ma’ale Adumim, Ariel, Modi’in Illit, Giva’at Ze’ev, Mitzpeh Navo, Psagot and Gush Etzion.
The winery has several vineyards in the settlements of Psagot, Kida, Har Bracha, Gush Ezion and Alon Moreh.
In 2019, the winery started, with the assistance of the Ministry of Economy and Industry, to export and market its wines in China.
In 2018 and 2017, the winery provided services to the Israeli Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT), the unit in the Israeli Ministry of Defense that enforces the civilian aspects of Israel’s military occupation.
In 2016, The winery received financial support from the Ministry of Economy and Industry.