Deciding between a hearty chicken salad and a succulent roast won't be an easy task. This predicament is further complicated by the uncertainty of whether we'll be dining al fresco in the sukkah or, chas v’shalom, indoors in the dining room.
The key to enjoying aged wine, besides having a wine cooler or a cellar, is to purchase a few bottles (or better yet, a few cases!) of each wine you intend to cellar.
Wine is truly a living, breathing item, and finding the right wine is a lot like buying stylish clothing; every season new styles are coming out.
With many of us having the custom of indulging in all sorts of dairy (AND meat!) delights to mark the gift of the Torah to the Jewish people, it is a great time (and excuse!) to pop some great white, rosé and lighter reds that make a better pairing with fish, cheesecake, pasta, etc.
There is often an inner feeling that the package is not good or original enough, whatever that means. Every one of us has his/her sense of what is adequate to give out in our Purim gift packs.
The grapes come in totes, known as wooden bins. From there it goes into various augers and pressers and filtration right there at crush and then it goes through a pasteurizer.
It is appropriate to drink wine to mark the celebration properly. One should sanctify Shavuot and bless a wine of quality to add joy to the meal.
A bottle of wine is big and heavy, and when you give dozens of mishloach manos to friends and relatives, it can get quite expensive and tedious. Thankfully, the selection of smaller wine bottles and cans has grown tremendously.
While contemplating the burning candles, it is an opportunity to take careful note of a wine’s aromatic profile, and appreciate its texture and flavors.
The entire Seder of Rosh Hashanah, with its many beautiful minhagim, is all about symbols. Each fruit and vegetable symbolizes a dimension of spiritual growth for the year ahead. These are all things that we can see with wine, as well.
In the competition, which was held last week in Israel, more than 600 samples of wines and spirits were tested by some 40 judges from all over the world.
The “Oscars of wine” recognizes the products of 18 Israeli wineries, bestowing six gold medals, 31 silvers and 28 bronzes.
Nowadays, there are many kosher rosé wines available, baruch Hashem. I try every year to taste through most if not all of them.
After having tasted through most of the KFWE offerings, I have chosen a handful of wines which I very much enjoyed, and recommend you all to consider for your Purim Seudah.
In exciting news to both Madeb and myself, we learned that there would be three new wines from Burgundy produced by the Aegerter winery.
They were not willing to compromise on quality regardless of the difficulties that come with producing kosher wines.
Mrs. Sutcliffe’s letter motivated Eli to turn his small, hobbyist wine production into a professional winery, which he named Domaine du Castel.
The story of Israel's wine industry is in many ways a reflection of the modern-day rebirth of our nation in its homeland.
I always wanted to write an article on the history of the kosher wine evolution. It is fascinating that here we are in 5779/2019...
Once overlooked, Israeli wines have long come into their own, earning a place of respect among connoisseurs and amateur wine enthusiasts alike. And among...
This Passover, their intimate tasting room and visitors center will be open to the general public and during chol hamoed and will be free of charge
Like Esther before her, Tura Winery co-owner Vered Ben Sa’adon is a modern-day example of a strong woman advocating for her people.
Wine Spectato recently awarded the high grade of 90 to the Tura Winery’s 2014 Mountain Peak wine.
Succos, along with Simchas Torah is the holiday that most symbolizes and highlights the importance of serving G-d and follow his Torah with Joy....
Purim is the holiday when all the secrets come out as the wine goes in. Knowing who you are can be hard. Knowing which wine to drink doesn’t have to be.
Practical tips from an Israeli wine expert on how to serve wine over the holidays without wasting money on wine that won't be used.
Some wines are so elegant and rich that they bring a smile of satisfaction and enhance the spiritual experience while debating a rashi with our chavrusa.
Unfortunately, sweet kosher wines have the reputation of being inferior, simple table quaffers that lack any complexity and appeal for the fine wine drinkers.
Impress those around your Shavuos table with your knowledge of which wine to serve with which cheese.
Fruit flavors as described in wine actually only refer to the scents that are identified as we smell the wine...