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23/04/2018, 17:16

An unex­pec­ted even­ing to myself after friends had to can­cel at the last minute. Look­ing for­ward to a chilled even­ing watch­ing The Mas­ters golf and enjoy­ing a glass or two of this beau­ti­ful Israeli wine.

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  1. @jemostrom ha! Galilee is an old region I sup­pose… not sure what Gamla means in Hebrew, some­thing a long the lines of bene­fit I believe. I vis­ited the vine­yard last time I was in Israel, so couldn’t res­ist buy­ing a bottle when I saw it on sale here in the UK.

  2. @philbowell after say­ing gamla meant beauty, I could­n’t help but think I was wrong…SO, after a wee little bit of dig­ging I’ve found that Gamla is a place! And, accord­ing to the winery’s web­site,

    “Gamla” is the name of an ancient Israeli town on the Golan, which with­stood the con­quer­ing Romans for a num­ber of years. Recent excav­a­tions rep­res­en­ted by the coin on the label, tell an excit­ing and hero­ic story. 

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