A liquid shout-out to all the plants growing through concrete.
The “Grapes Of Wrath” is an orange wine that comes from a small plot of native, non-grafted vines that are 80-90 years of age in Bethlehem. These vines were initially destroyed by boulders to make a road, yet managed to grow back between the cracks. Grapes of Wrath was vinified with minimal intervention, and is a complex and serious wine that is a testament to resilience.
- Philokalia is a rare winery located in Bethlehem that was established in 2015 to showcase the distinctive terroir and native grapes of this region.
- Palestine is considered one of the oldest wine regions in the world, and its winemaking history dates back 5,000 years.
- The name Philokalia means “love of the beautiful and the good.”
- The wines are fermented in black clay jars.