Mevushal WineMevushal

We are proud to present our selection of Mevushal wines, crafted through a gentle flash détente process which honors our unwavering commitment to quality and respect for the environment that characterizes all our non-mevushal offerings. Sourced from sustainable and organic vineyards, our Mevushal wines represent a confluence of rich tradition, innovative winemaking techniques, and deep reverence for the land.

Partnerships with California Vineyards

Our mevushal wine selection is a tribute to our enduring relationships with esteemed vineyards, underpinned by mutual respect and a shared vision for sustainable viticulture. These partnerships, built on trust and collaboration, allow us to offer you mevushal wines of the highest quality.

Our Meticulous Winemaking Process

At Covenant Wines, we believe that great wines are born in the vineyard. Adhering to this philosophy, we ensure that our mevushal wines are crafted using native yeast fermentation, and many are unfined and unfiltered, thereby preserving the natural character of the fruit. Our meticulous winemaking process, in harmony with the unique terroir of the vineyards, results in mevushal wines that are not only exquisite in taste but also reflect the spirit of the land.

Shop Mevushal Wine at Covenant Wines

Discover the rich and robust flavors of our mevushal wines and spirits. Each bottle is a testament to sustainable winemaking practices and a tribute to the rich viticultural heritage. Treat yourself or a loved one to a premium wine experience, and take part in the Covenant tradition of excellence. Shop the entire collection of Covenant Wines today!

The Covenant Kitchen: Food and Wine for the New Jewish Table

Jeff and Jodie Morgan’s eighth cookbook is the rare kosher cookbook written with thoughtful, accurate information on winemaking and food and wine pairing. Every recipe in the book is paired with varietal wines. The recipes are pulled from the Morgans’ dining experiences living in Nice, France and Northern California as well as their frequent trips to Israel.
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