Category: Royal Wine

Stick With “Stickies” But Don’t Be A Snob

A review of S'Forno Puglia Moscato and the Famous Grouse Blended Scotch Whisky.
For more than 30 years now, kosher wine cognoscenti have fought a pitched battle against the identification of "kosher wine" with sweet Kiddush-style wines, demanding greater attention from wine critics, insisting upon enlightened attitudes by liquor store owners, and generally taking issue

Shake Up Your Kiddush with Offerings from Spain, Ireland

A review of the Ramon Cordova Rioja 2009 and the 1995 Knappogue Castle Single Malt Irish Whiskey.
It's no surprise that high-quality kosher wines are being made around the world. While those from Israel and the U.S. are the best known, equally fine kosher wines are produced in countries as diverse as France, Italy,

Four Cups, Four Wines – Why Not?

Some suggestions for Passover wines.
The four cups of wine served at Pesach gives each guest the opportunity to expand their wine horizons. The significant increases in quality kosher wine producers around the globe and their willingness to try different varietals have enhanced the choices available for this year’s sedarim. This improvement is most readily

Fine Kosher Red Wines

A review of some recently released kosher red wines.
Kosher wines can satisfy a discriminating wine drinker and accompany any dish from brisket to blintzes. They continue to gain the approval of wine critics and their growing sales indicate increasing consumer acceptance. Kosher wines are produced all over world, including California, New Zealand, Australia, South

Treat Your Guests to Great Wines From Israel

Israeli wine reviews including Recanati, Agur, Ben Hanna, Domaine du Castel, and Yatir.
The next time you are expecting guests, whether for an intimate dinner party or an open house, consider serving wine from one of Israel’s wineries. World-class kosher wines are being produced at a growing number number of excellent wineries in the Holy

Kosher-For-Pesach Wines Get Better and Better

Some wine recommendations for this year's seder.
When shopping for Passover this year, be prepared for some surprises when you walk down the wine aisle. There are new names on the shelves including two very well-known non-Jewish properties that have made kosher-for-Passover wine. And some of the more familiar producers have released novel varietals.

Kosher-For-Passover Wines Are Not Just For Sedarim

A review of some recently released Kosher Wines.
"Good kosher wine” is no longer an oxymoron. Due to increased demand for alternatives to the traditional sweet wines, the quality and variety of kosher wines has steadily improved. The wines available for this year’s Passover demonstrate that this trend is continuing. For a wine to be

Wine For Lovers

Some Romantic wine suggestions.
Wine, like love, is a deeply personal affair. One may be attracted to a particular style, taste, or appearance that someone else would find less appealing. For a romantic dinner, it is best to select wines that you both will enjoy and there are several approaches to make sure the wines