What is there to see? Those who crave the feel of extraordinary height are welcome to come and be amazed at the views, smells and flavors of Har Bracha, situated on Grizim Mount. The unique visitors center blends wine and food tradition with breathtaking biblical views.
Why should you come? Proximity to the center of the country and Jerusalem is the natural connection to the “mountain back” of the State of Israel. Growing the finest vineyards of Mount Bracha is the heart of the matter – close acquaintance with the winery and vineyard story and the story of settlement in modern times.
Suitable for families and individuals above the age of 18.
The tour includes a visit to vineyards with a breathtaking view, a visit to Har Bracha winery with an explanation of the wine production processes, a visit to the visitor center which includes a wine tasting with a meal option on site. It is also possible to tour the observatory overlooking the Tomb of Joseph and visit the Samaritan neighborhood and the mill.
Duration: 1 hour.
Recommended Season to Visit: May – October. Tours must be arranged in advance. The Visitors Center is open from Sunday to Thursday, 9 am to 6 pm, and on Fridays, from 9 am to 2:30 pm. We are closed on Saturdays and holidays.
Kosher Certification: Kosher L’Mehadrin.
Accessibility for the Disabled: Access for the disabled is available.
How much does it cost?
NIS 30 per person for a full tour that includes a visit to the vineyard, winery, and visitor center.
NIS 15 per person for a partial tour that includes wine tasting at the visitor center.
For details and reservations: email@example.com, 052-8070798