May 18, 2011
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, New Zealand, Australia, Chile and South Africa. A great value is the Ramon Cordova Rioja 2009 ($16) that is made from 100 percent old-vine Tempranillo grapes grown around the Spanish town of Haro, La Rioja.