Posted Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013, at 5:36 PM
TEL AVIV, ISRAEL - NOVEMBER 14: A hostess pours a tasting of Shiraz at the Dalton winery exhibit at the Sommelier 2007 wine festival, the premier gathering for Israeli food and wine prefessionals November 14, 2007 in Tel Aviv. While wine-making in Israel dates back to biblical times, Baron Edmond de Rothschild is recognized as establishing Israel's modern wine industry in 1882. Today, annual consumption has risen to more than 7 liters per person with both boutique wineries such as Margalit and large-scale producers such as Carmel Mizrahi and Golan Heights using techniques, chemistry and Israel's diverse terroir to produce award-winning wines. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)
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