Israeli wines

Your New Four Cups

Passover wines that will elevate your seder and your spirits.
03/04/2013 - 19:00
Food & Wine Editor

Passover is coming up. Joy of Kosher brings you Gary Landsman's list of the best kosher wines for every price. Follow these suggestions and the guests at your Passover Seder will thank you, and you may even impress Elijah.

Better than Manischewitz. Fotolia

The Wandering Jew Of Kosher Wine

Catching up with the noted Golan Heights budget-priced winemaker (and career changer) Shimshon Welner.
Special To The Jewish Week
02/27/2013 - 19:00

Shimshon Welner

Marketing Israeli Wine To The American Masses

The newly formed Israeli Wine Producer’s Association is trying to do just that.
Special To The Jewish Week
02/27/2013 - 19:00

Not long ago, kosher wine sales in America were dominated by wines from California, New York and France, but in the last decade wines from Israel have become dominant in the kosher wine sector. Walk into almost any wine shop with a kosher section, and you will likely see a selection of mostly Israeli wines. Indeed, for many consumers, “Israeli wine” has become synonymous with “kosher wine” — and Joshua Greenstein wants to change that.

Joshua Greenstein

Kosher Wine Guide 2013

The top 18 kosher white, red and Israeli wines; the American kosher wine scene and much more.

02/25/2013 - 19:00
Kosher Wine Guide March 2013

Not Your Grandfather’s Israeli Wine

02/18/2013 - 19:00

You can’t go wrong with a bottle of wine from one of Israel’s big five wineries — Carmel, Barkan, Wines from Israel appeal to a wide variety of tastes.

The Artisan’s Touch

Boutique spirits for the Passover table.
Special To The Jewish Week
02/29/2012 - 19:00

When it comes to imbibing on Passover, wine is, of course, going to be the primary beverage. Not only do we drink four glasses of wine at each seder, but by the time the festival is over we’ll have six other yom tov meals, with Kiddush (and wine). That’s a lot of wine.

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