Peaches, citrus, and white florals come out on the nose. Apple and peach, cut grass and lemon, all show on the palate. Lemon and white grapefruit linger. It comes off as slightly fat, more round that acidic. This Kosher for Passover wine is fruity and full. Drink with chicken soup.
Color is a medium translucent garnet. Candied cherries come through on the nose. On the palate, cherries and wild strawberries, far more tart than the nose, shine through. There is a light spritz of lime on the mid-palate, then the red fruit come back for the finish, with peppery spices.
Distillery No. 209, in San Francisco, makes two special spirits which are Kosher for Passover. Before Passover, Jewish families cleanse their households of any grains, or anything made from grains. That includes the obvious, like bread, and the less obvious like single malt scotch or aged bourbon (don't get too excited,
“All Jewish life cycle events revolve around wine,” says Rabbi Moshe Elefant, chief operating officer of the Orthodox Union Kosher Division, the world’s largest non-profit kosher certification agency. From birth to bris (the Jewish ritual of circumcision) to marriage, wine is an essential part of Jewish religious practices. The blessing of
Passover, the traditional Jewish holiday, has many rules and traditions. One of the rules is that Jews must clean their house of leavened bread and fermented grains (chametz) before the holiday. Indeed, many believe the search into every nook and cranny for tiniest crumb is the origin of Spring Cleaning.
Passover begins this year at sundown, on Friday, April 6th. Jewish families around the world will be sitting down to the Passover Seder, the traditional meal to celebrate the exodus from Egypt and slavery. The food on the Seder Plate is traditional and symbolic. It includes: a lamb shank, representing
Deep opaque colors, inky black in the depths. The mouth feel is very soft, the fruits soft and supple. Blackcurrant is mellowed by deeper black fruits, mulberry and elderberry. It also has hints of eucalyptus and mint. Tannins are sweet,-read more-