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Top Wines, 2014

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03/14/2014
Kosher Wine Guide March 2014

Delicious But Difficult

Pinot noir frustrates winemakers, but wine drinkers love it.

02/26/2014
Special to the Jewish Week
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Pinot noir can drive winemakers mad. It’s difficult to grow and vinify, temperamental in the barrel and prone to closing down in the bottle for years before becoming drinkable again. But these challenges seem to inspire, rather than inhibit, winemakers who consider crafting a pinot noir the pinnacle of their profession.

Yarden Pinot Noir 2009. Photo courtesy of Golan Heights Winery

Wine Guide, Tasting and Event

The Kosher Wine Guide is a glossy magazine that will be published on March 21, 2014, in The Jewish Week print issue

Kosher Wine Guide 2012

Read about the English voice of Israeli wine, women of the vineyards, new Passover wines,wines for your seder, the Top 18 lists of reds, whites and Israeli wines and more.

03/01/2012
Kosher Wine Guide 2012

Top Israeli Wines 2012

In search of the Top 18 kosher wines in a variety of categories.

03/01/2012

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Top Wines $36 and over 2012

In search of the Top 18 kosher wines in a variety of categories.

03/01/2012

Swirl. Sniff. Swish. Spit. - Repeat 240 times over three days, at about four hours an afternoon.

Top White Wines 2012

In search of the Top 18 kosher wines in a variety of categories.

03/01/2012

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Repeat 240 times over three days, at about four hours an afternoon.

Top Red Wines 2012

In search of the Top 18 kosher wines in a variety of categories.

03/01/2012

Swirl. Sniff. Swish. Spit. - Repeat 240 times over three days, at about four hours an afternoon.

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The Artisan’s Touch

Boutique spirits for the Passover table.

Special To The Jewish Week
03/01/2012

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.

Tips From The Kitchen At Pardes

One of New York’s hottest kosher chefs shares Passover recipes and wisdom.

Special To The Jewish Week
03/01/2012

First it was Levana and Abigail’s. Then Joey Allaham’s two restaurants, Prime Grill and Solo, became the high-end “it” restaurants where kosher gourmets had to dine in Manhattan. A few years ago, Basil broke the mold by attracting both blacks and Jews — in Crown Heights, of all places — for its cool wood-oven pizza and tuna tartare.

Now, the restaurant kosher foodies are raving about is chef/owner Moshe Wendel’s Downtown Brooklyn bistro, Pardes, known for its French provincial fare. 

Pardes’ chef/owner Moshe Wendel at work: From France to downtown Brooklyn. MICHAEL DATIKASH
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