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Enjoy A Dry Red Wine on Shabbat

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Enjoy A Dry Red Wine on Shabbat

1 Comment 09 May 2010

Yatir Cabernet Sauvignon 2006 – Yatir Winery is producing some of the finest wines coming out of Israel.   The Yatir Cabernet Sauvignon is a medium body, dry, red wine made from grapes grown in the lower Judean Hills on the border of the Negev Desert Region.  It is 85% Cabernet Sauvignon and 15% Petit Verdot, with its trademarked deep purple color.  Expect an action packed, flavor attack on the mouth initially, with layers and layers of black fruit flavors, and a long sensuous finish.  It should go great with any full flavored red meat dish.

Dry red wines should be served cool to the touch, but not chilled.  It is a fine new world  style Cabernet Sauvignon, which can be enjoyed by everyone, at the Shabbos table.

Goes perfectly with Rosemary and Garlic Baby Lambchops or Kosher Contessa Rack of Lamb Persillade

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Mark Glicksman is certified by the International Wine Center in New York City, and frequently writes wine reviews for publications.

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Winegirl’s Suggestions for Shabbat Kosher Wines

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Winegirl’s Suggestions for Shabbat Kosher Wines

1 Comment 29 April 2010

 

Winegirl here-

But the questions are not always easy too answer!

As a known wine lover, many of my dearest friends call me frantically from the liquor store- usually minutes before Shabbat starts and asks me which wine is good? Which wine should I buy? I always answer the question with a question- for when? For who? Who will you be serving? How much money are you willing to spend?

A Few Dry Red wine Suggestions:

Domaine du Castel Grand Vin ’06 (click here to shop)

For an amazing dry red wine-I personally love a wine with a blend of grapes. One of my favorites is Domaine Du Castel Grand Vin. This wine comes from the Castel Estate west of Jerusalem and is 70% Cabernet Sauvignon and 30% Merlot. At $60. a bottle- it doesn’t come cheap- but after drinking you will agree with me that it is money well spent.

Barons Edmund & Benjamin De Rothschild ’05 (click here to shop)

The Barons Edmund and Benjamin de Rothchild Haut –Medoc from France is a delicious blend of 60 percent Cabernet Sauvignon and 40 percent merlot. This bottle sells for about $27.00 a bottle and is a dry red that is full bodied with herbal and spice flavors.

Segal’s Fusion Chardonnay Colombard ’09 (click here to shop)

If you are looking for a blend a bit cheaper- try the Segal’s Fusion. This is a dry red wine also blended, 60 percent merlot, 20 percent cabernet franc and 20 percent cabernet sauvignon from the Galilee Heights in Israel-. At $11.00 a bottle-this is a very good price point- especially if you plan on opening up a few bottles.

No matter what you decide it’s always good to ask a salesperson what they recommend and what is popular amongst his customers.

I always tell my friends the best way to know if you like it-is to taste it! That’s what I do!

Stayed tuned for more recommendations on some delectable chardonnays, mouth-watering pinot grigios, and luscious roses……..

XOXO,

Winegirl

 

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Kosher Tropical Sangria for Passover

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Kosher Tropical Sangria for Passover

5 Comments 18 January 2010

I love fruity mixed drinks, and this is the best to get you in the festive mood for Passover. There are a million ways to make sangria, so don’t be afraid to use whatever fruits and wines you have on hand. It is best to let the mix sit for a day, giving the fruit the chance to soak up the wine and giving the wine a chance to sweeten from the fruits’ natural flavors. It is best to use a glass pitcher (so everyone can see your beautiful creation!) with an open spout and a wide mouth. This way, fruit will pour into the glasses with the wine, and your guests can use a large spoon to fish out all the tasty treats in the drink. This one from Anthropologie is really beautiful, and you can buy matching glasses to go with it.

Recipe Ingredients

  • 1 bottle Kosher for Passover dry red wine
  • 1/4 cup brandy (must have proper hashgacha for Passover. You can find Kosher for Passover Plum Brandy at The Party Source. )
  • 1 bunch grapes
  • 1/4 pineapple
  • 1 orange
  • 1 apple
  • 2 fresh figs
  • strawberries (optional)
  • cinnamon sticks (optional)

Kosher Recipe

Pour the bottle of wine into the pitcher, add the brandy. Cut up the grapes, apple, and figs into really small pieces. Wash the outside of the orange, cut in half, and then slice thin half-wedges. Dump the fruit into the pitcher and give it a stir with a large wooden spoon. Place in the refrigerator until ready to serve. The longer it stays in there, the more flavor it will get!

Ayelet R.

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