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| Kos Shel Bracha Wine Shop

Kos Shel Bracha Wine Shop
Kos Shel Bracha Wine Shop
CALL NOW  02-561-1557
 kosbracha@gmail.com    FB
 HaLamed Hei 16 Jerusalem
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Kos Shel Bracha is wine store based in Katamon.

At Kos Shel Bracha we specialize in finding you the best suited wine for your palate, at every price level. We're happy to recommend the best wine for your tastes by asking questions and understanding exactly what you want. We have very wide selection through which we focus on our beautiful land of Israel. We have a small but distinctive selection from overseas.

At Kos Shel Bracha we have a large variety of Israeli Craft Beer. You can also find a variety of Spirits and Liquors alongside Belgian chocolate and wine accessories. But the most important thing we carry is a friendly smile and the familiar warmth of friends.



SERVICING: Jerusalem

Last updated: 15.2.2018
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Author: zorn
Date: 2016-10-23 15:27:30
Glad to get your phone number from Janglo and found you open at 2pm erev Chag and you had what I wanted.
great wine store
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Date: 2016-04-11 23:51:49
This is my favorite wine store in Israel. Great selection of Israeli wine at decent prices. The owner, Evyatar, has great knowledge of wines. On several occasions I've told him what I've had recently that I've liked and he's made recommendations, and his recommendations are always great.
My favorite wine place!
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Author: Zev Stub
Date: 2015-07-09 09:18:45
Whenever I need something good, I come to Evyatar's wine shop. Whenever I need a recommendations, he asks what I'm in the mood for, and chooses a great match. Recommended!






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