Adam Montefiore is the wine writer for the Jerusalem Post and a member of The Circle of Wine Writers. The Jerusalem Post is the main English language newspaper of Israel. He writes a regular, two page column called 'Wine Talk.' It is published in both the Friday morning magazine and www.jpost.com, the leading website covering Israel and the Jewish world. It is the largest wine column in the Israeli press, either in Hebrew or English.
He has written the books ‘The Wine Route of Israel’, ‘Shvill Ha’Yayin’, and ‘Wines of Israel’ in association with Eliezer Sacks. He wrote the booklet ‘Wines of Israel’ on behalf of the Israel Export Institute. He contributed to ‘The Book of New Israeli Food’ by Janna Gur, writing the chapters on olive oil and wine.
He writes the section on ‘Israel’ and ‘Kosher’ for The Oxford Companion To Wine by Jancis Robinson MW, the leading wine reference book. For over 20 years he has contributed to Hugh Johnson’s Pocket Wine Book, the world's largest selling wine book, on Israel and the Eastern Mediterranean. He also contributes to The World Atlas of Wine, Oz Clarke’s Pocket Wine A-Z & Wine Folly, and provided assistance to Robert Parker's Wine Buyer's Guide and The Sotheby's Wine Encyclopedia.
Adam Montefiore was instrumental in the setting up of the first English language website about Israeli wine. He has kept the English site going for over fifteen years providing content, news items and articles. Today he acts as editor of www.wines-israel.com, which was created by Israel Preker.
He also writes for the Jewish Chronicle and has had articles published in Al Hashulchan, Ish Anavim, Israel Wines, Wine & Gourmet, Ynet (in Israel); Beverage Media, The New York Times, Wine Folly (USA); Enotria (France); Meininger’s Wine Business International (Germany); and Drinks International, Harpers, Wine & Spirit (UK).