Kosher Kosher

Jewish life in France—despite the challenges of anti-Semitism—is alive and well. It’s mirrored in the kosher restaurant scene, where during lunch and dinner, the tables are filled with folks enjoying top-notch, sophisticated—yet not pretentious—cuisine. And the wine lists are terrific....

At kosher wine tasting events—especially in the U.S.—certified Sabbath-observant pourers are typically engaged to pour all the wines. But in Israel, the rules are looser. Why in America do we have to go through a complex pouring ritual, while in Israel we don’t?...

How do we decide what makes the best blend? It’s a little bit science and lot more art. Read more on how winemakers throughout California find just the right blend to produce the best wine they can, while working within the California blending protocols....

Essentially, all wine is kosher. Because kosher wine is also a beverage used to sanctify the Sabbath and other holidays, tradition mandates that it can only be handled in the cellar by Sabbath-observant Jews. That said, our Covenant wines are made very simply, with natural,...

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