WINERIES LOCATED IN ILLEGAL SETTLEMENTS:
All these wineries export to the United States
ARZA WINERY T.R.Z.
produces kosher wines and liqueurs. It is located in Mishor Adumim Industrial Zone, an illegal Israeli settlement in the occupied West Bank
located in Kidmat Tzvi, a settlement in the occupied Golan Heights
moved out of the West Bank settlements, but still has production on occupied land in the Golan Heights.
located in the settlement Avnei Eithan, in the occupied Golan Heights
BAZELET HAGOLAN WINERY
located in Kidmat Zvi, a settlement in the occupied Golan Heights
holds settlement vineyards in the occupied Golan Heights. In some of its wines, the winery uses grapes from two settlement vineyard in the occupied West Bank
BUSTAN HAMESHUSHIM WINERY
located in the settlement of Had Ness in the occupied Golan Heights
CHATEAU GOLAN WINERY
located in Moshav Eliad, at the south of the occupied Golan Heights. The winery's vineyard is also a settlement vineyard in the Golan Heights
GAT SHOMRON WINERY
located in the illegal settlement of Karnei Shomron in the occupied West Bank
located in the illegal settlement of Giv'on Hahadasha,in the occupied West Bank.
GUSH ETZION WINERY
located in Gush Etzion, an Israeli settlement area in the occupied West Bank, and the company offices are in Efrata settlement in Gush Etzion. Additionally, the winery owns a restaurant located in the Israeli settlement Alon Shvut in the occupied West Bank.
located in the occupied West Bank near Hebron.
located in the illegal settlement of Qiryat Arba in Hebron region of the occupied West Bank.
headquartered near the illegal settlement of Pisgat Ze’ev in occupied East Jerusalem, which is part of the West Bank. It has several vineyards, including one near the illegal West Bank settlements of Psagot and one in the illegal Har Bracha settlement.
located in the illegal West Bank settlement of Shiloh, which is expanding and has been condemned by the United Nations and the international community.
TURA ESTATE WINERY
located in the occupied West Bank settlement of Rechalim, near the settlement of Ariel.
This list was prepared by the Interfaith Peace Initiative using information from WhoProfits.org