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Kosher wine (Hebrew: יין כשר, yayin kashér) is wine produced according to Judaism's religious law, specifically, the Jewish dietary laws (kashrut) regarding wine.

The wine must have the hechsher ("seal of approval") of a supervising agency or organization (such as the "OU" sign of the Orthodox Union), or of an authoritative rabbi who is preferably also a posek ("decisor" of Jewish law) or be supervised by a beth din ("Jewish religious court of law") according to Orthodox Judaism.  Northeastern United States.

In general, kashrut deals with avoiding specific forbidden foods, none of which are normally used in winemaking, so it might seem that all wines are automatically "kosher".

In recent times, there has been an increased demand for kosher wines and a number of wine producing countries now produce a wide variety of sophisticated kosher wines under strict rabbinical supervision, particularly in Israel and the Golan Heights, United States, France, Italy, South Africa, and Australia.

Two of the world's largest producers and importers of kosher wines, Kedem and Manischewitz, are both based in the Northeastern United States.

Rogov's Guide 2014 to Kosher Wines is the definitive annual guide to the 500 best kosher wines (from 14 counties) tasted each year by internationally renowned critic Daniel Rogov. In addition to detailed tasting notes on each of the wines, the guide includes information on what makes a wine kosher, how to host wine-tasting parties and a glossary of wine terminology.

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Segals Cabernet Sauvignon

The grapes for this wine were grown in the unique climate of the Upper Galilee mainly from the super premium Dishon Vineyard in the Kadesh Valley. The wine underwent a protracted post-fermentation maceration on the skins as well as fourteen months aging in a mixture of French and American oak in order to arrive at the optimum extraction and balance of fruit, tannin and oak. This rich, complex, balanced wine will continue to improve for many years.

Hagafen Syrah

With the elegance of Merlot and the structure of Cabernet Sauvignon, this Syrah has aromas of raspberry, red licorice, cinnamon, and toasty oak.

Recanati Shiraz

Rich and aromatically complex, this Shiraz reveals layers of raspberry and plum intertwined with traces of spice, nutmeg and mocha.

Baron Herzog Chenin Blanc

This medium bodied, semi - dry wine is crisp, fresh, and full of citrus aromas.
Yarden Organic Chardonnay

This California style Chardonnay is big buttery and bold. Let this wine breath for about a half hour and you will be amazed by the complexity of this wine.

Cooking Tips:   Never cook with any wine you wouldn't drink!


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