Over the past decade, the kosher wine scene in the US has moved away from it’s reputation of sweet sacramental red, into a more refined and attractive domain. Israeli wines have led this chance and last month, Jwines founder and CEO, Dovid Pereleman, took to Israel for a ten day tour where he visited more [...]
Posted on May 8, 2013 by Yosef Silver
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Posted on April 23, 2013 by matthew
The weather is warming as spring has officially arrived, but that is not the only thing that is changing. Seasonal changes have significant implications for the world of wine, in more ways than one. For starters, anyone who knows anything about wine knows that grapes are temperamental. They'll also know the subject of the soil, climate, and topography of their regions. People’s tastes in kosher wines also change with the seasons.
Posted on April 17, 2013 by jwines
Anyone who has enjoyed wine has tasted blended wine. It is among the most common practice in winemaking. Blending wine means mixing different grapes or wines. Let’s discuss some wines that not only blend grapes, they blend traditions.
Posted on January 30, 2013 by TimD
Much is made of the age of wines, but laymen and amateur wine collectors often do not understand the specific requirements to allow wine to age correctly. Kosher wine is a complicated combination of patient distillation and natural maturation. Knowing exactly how to influence those factors is what makes the best winemakers and it keeps the best collectors in fine wines for ages. Continue Reading