JERUSALEM — German department store KaDeWe says it’s putting eight Israeli wines back on the shelves after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused it of boycotting Israeli goods.

KaDeWe said Sunday on its Facebook page that the wines had been temporarily removed so the importer could relabel them in accordance with European Union rules that require products produced in Israeli settlements be labeled as such.

The store said that “as of today the eight Israeli wines will be back in our assortment” and that “in this matter, which was about a European Union recommendation, we acted too quickly and insensitively.”

It said “we regret that this wrong behavior of the KaDeWe Group led to misunderstandings and would like to apologize for this.”