Kosher Wine for Hanukkah

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A Hanukkah party is not complete without wine. Although Hanukkah is not a drinking holiday, many Jewish families celebrate this holiday with vintage reds or fruity whites.

  • If you want to make sure that the wine is kosher, buy wines from Israel.
  • As much as possible, order wines directly from a kosher winery. If you are not sure whether the winery produces kosher wine, seek the advice of a rabbi.
  • Choose wines that will compliment your menu. Red wines go best with steaks and brisket while whites go well with dessert.
  • Check the wine’s clearness. Cloudy wines are usually of inferior quality.
  • If you are going to celebrate Hanukkah at a friend’s home, ask your friend what his favorite wine is. Most kosher wines nowadays can be bought in local wine stores making it easier for you to buy one.

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