Jwines is proud to host an outstanding collection of Bartenura Wine from Italy. Named after Obadiah ben Abraham of Bertinoro, a medieval Italian rabbi known for one of the most lasting and popular commentaries on the Mishnah, Bartenura wine continues a storied tradition of fine winemaking that defines the Italian experience. Perhaps known best by its Bartenura Moscato or “Bartenura Blue”, the Bartenura winery produces an array of sublime kosher wine varieties to please even the most demanding connoisseur. Read more about Bartenura or browse our selection below!
Discover the Incredible Bartenura Moscato, or “Bartenura Blue”
Even if the brand ‘Bartenura’ sounds new to you, chances are that you’ve caught a glimpse of the famous Bartenura Moscato wine before. Nicknamed “Bartenura Blue” due to its distinctive sea-blue bottle, Bartenura Moscato has been a constant presence at the Shabbat tables of many Jewish families for years, but has recently gained surprising new fame in the popular consciousness after being touted by some of the biggest names in hip-hop music.
Regardless of how you may have heard of it, “Bartenura Blue” retains its status as Bartenura’s most raved-about wine, easily being the brand’s best seller. See for yourself what all the fuss is about, and discover the Bartenura Moscato, a light, semi-sweet wine marked by a crisp finish of subtle yet distinctive fruit flavors. It is perfect as an aperitif, with a light snack or simply enjoyed on its own.
Explore Our Other Great Bartenura Wine Varieties
Bartenura is certainly more than just “blue”. The Bartenura winery produces a full range of Italian wine staples, including favorites like Prosecco, Pinot Grigio, Asti & more.
Grown in the beautiful hills of the Veneto, one of Italy’s northernmost wine-producing regions and home to the international jewel the city of Venice, the Bartenura Pinot Grigio is a well-balanced white wine with delicate pear and honeysuckle notes that goes down smoothly.
Another popular white wine from Bartenura is the semi-dry Prosecco Brut, notable for its fruit flavors and light, gentle bubbles. Both the Bartenura Pinot Grigio and Prosecco Brut pair well with heavier fare such as pizza, fish and chicken.
For white wine lovers looking for a kosher dessert wine, the Bartenura Asti is a fantastic choice, whereas red wine aficionados should try the delightfully sweet Bartenura Brachetto with a less-sweet dessert.