Thumbs up for two new cheap kosher wines that don't taste like it.
A popular kosher wine blogger is giving two enthusiastic thumbs up to a pair of cheap new kosher reds available at Trader Joe’s: a Cabernet Sauvignon and a Tempranillo, both from Spain.
In northern California, home of Kosher Wine Musings's David Raccah, both wines break the $5 barrier, at $4.99.
“The good news is that the two new Terrenal wines from Spain are spot on! They need time to open, but once they do, they are lovely and rich and flavorful – way to go!”
Neither of the wines are mevushal, or boiled, to meet the strictest kosher standards.
The specialty supermarket's latest kosher wine is an Argentinian Malbec.
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