How Israel’s Newest Winery Became a Hotspot without any Tourists

by Leah Rosenberg

Israel’s newest winery, Psagot winery, was ready to open its doors when COVID-19 hit the world. But they were determined to stay.

Israel’s Newest Winery

Maybe Israel’s newest winery is not what you expected. Maybe you didn’t think Psagot Winery in Judea and Samaria would be so beautiful. But people have been pleasantly surprised when they learn the truth about Judea and Samaria and the beauty of it.

Right in the middle of the Biblical heartland of the Jewish people lies a stunning winery that was ready to host flocks of tourists. They planned and planned and then…a world pandemic happened. We may not be able to control what happens to us, but we most definitely CAN control how we respond. And Na’ama and Yaakov Berg did not want to close the doors on everything they worked so hard for. They turned a devastating situation into something remarkable. We all have a lot to learn from the determination of this family.

Their stunning winery became a place to celebrate. It became a hotspot for wedding celebrations. It became a hotspot for people to see Judea and Samaria and how beautiful it really is.

It’s time for the world to start supporting Judea and Samaria and to stop saying that it is “occupied” land. It is not occupied – it has belonged to the Jewish people for thousands of years. G-d gave it, along with the rest of Israel, to the people of Israel.

Let’s show this winery some support!

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