What did Pompeo have to eat and drink at the Psagot winery?

Psagot winery 'honored' to host US Secretary of State on his first visit to Judea and Samaria.

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

The menu
The menu
Hezki Baruch

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wrote a personal greeting at the end of his visit to Psagot Winery in the winery's guestbook.

The secretary and his entourage were hosted for a festive meal at the winery located at Sha'ar Binyamin, where Pompeo also got to enjoy the variety of wines of the winery, whose name is well known around the world.

"Psagot Winery is honored to host the honorable Secretary of State of the United States, his wife and representatives of the US Embassy in Israel," the menu reads.

Appetizers: Beef-fillet carpaccio, Salmon Cevichi Pani Puri, Crispy baby chicken cigars, bread and
wine dips

Wines: Psagot Winery Chardonnay

First course: Herb-scented salmon, Garlic confit served on Jerusalem artichoke cream, Double ribbed lamb chops,

Wines: Cabernet France from Psagot Winery

Main course: beef fillet and foie gras in red wine sauce, Silverskin onion in corn cream, grilled asparagus sticks:

Wines: Psagot winery Prat.

The dessert: Nougat chocolate tart with candied hazelnuts.



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