Wine has a long history in Judaism: archaeological evidence shows that wine has been produced since ancient times. Today, kosher wines are used for both religious purposes and non-religious occasions in Israel, as well as the international diaspora.
Many people are confused by what “kosher” really means, and Kosher wine is often associated with sweet, boiled wines for sacramental purposes. Beginning in the 1980s, however, a trend towards producing dry, premium-quality kosher wines began with the revival of the Israeli wine industry.
Beautiful kosher wines are now produced in Israel and across the globe, including New Zealand, Spain, and even Burgundy.
Tal Sunderland-Cohen will guide an exploration of traditional wines from ancient times, through a tasting of some of the best kosher wines in the world.
N/V Palwin 10, Israel
N/V King David Sacramental, Israel
N/V Manischewitz Concord, USA
Carmel Selected Emerald Riesling / Chenin Blanc, Israel 2019
Teperberg Winery, Inspire Famitage 2019
Tabor Winery, Rose Barbera Adama 2020
Goose Bay, Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand 2019
Ternynck, Les Brulis Bourgogne Pinot Noir, France
Tulip Winery, Franc Merlot reserve, Israel
Capcanes Peraj Haabib, Flor de Primavera, Spain
Segal Winery Cabernet Sauvignon Petit Unfiltered 2016
Teperberg Winery Legacy Cabernet Franc, Israel 2016
Wednesday 25th August
St James’s Room
18:30 – welcome drink on arrival
19:00 – seated workshop to begin
£80 per ticket
54 in stock
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