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Kosher Wine Reviews 2022

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I spent some weeks at home in Missouri this summer, with plenty of time to sip wine on the back porch with friends and family. While our local selection was rather limited, delivers pretty much everywhere, and in under a week. Take advantage of this High Holiday sale while it lasts!

Read on for quick reviews of our latest discoveries from the world of kosher wine!

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Yaffo White Blend (Israel)

Hand-harvested from select vineyards located in the Judean Mountains, Yaffo White is a medium-bodied blend of Chardonnay and Viognier. This means bold fruit and floral aromas and piquant brightness on the palate. Aged on the lees without oak barrels for six months, this lends the wine a pristine, lean quality, and long, mineral finish. It pairs well with salads, seafood, and chicken, as well as good, old-fashion porch-sipping. Not Mevushal. Kosher for Passover.

Approximately $21.99. Find it online.

Darom by Yatir Rose 2021 (Israel)

Produced in Israel’s hot and sunny Negev Region from a blend of Grenache, Zindandel (Primitivo), and Red Muscat, the aromas are a blast of big fruit and flowers. Dry, mineral, mouthwatering finish. A silky, yet clean rosé, this wine is also great for sipping on its own, but accompanies salmon and seafood, as well as crunchy salads without too much vinegar-based dressing, i.e. tabouleh or salade niçoise. Not Mevushal. Kosher for Passover.

Approximately $26. Find it online.

Gondola Prosecco (Italy)

Made from 100% Glera grapes as per the appellation guidelines. Gondola is an easy, breezy, classically styled Prosecco with notes of green apple and pear, a mostly dry finish and a delicate fizz. It’s perfect with smoked salmon and all the accoutrements of a bagel brunch. Mevushal. Kosher for Passover.

Approximately $17.99. Find it online.

Duc de Pagny Beaujolais Nouveau 2021 (France)

This light, bright, and fruity dry red wine is made from 100% Gamay grapes, produced to celebrate the end of the harvest, in Beaujolais Nouveau tradition. Lovely aromas of cherry and fresh pomegranate and the first berries of the season. The style is typically low in tannins with light acidity. This is a drink-now wine, best served chilled (55 degrees), or even on the rocks ( à la piscine). Not Mevushal. Kosher for Passover.

Approximately $13.99. Find it online.

Louis Blanc Beaujolais Juliénas 2020 (France)

Take your Beaujolais to the next level with a cru Beaujolais! In this case Juliénas. 100% Gamay grapes, harvested from very old vines. This wine has a medium body, deep magenta red color, and explosive floral and fruity aromas of blueberry, violet, rose, forest floor, and sweet spices It will pair well with poultry, lamb, seared tuna, or salmon. Not Mevushal. Kosher for Passover.

Approximately $23.99. Find it online.

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