Winemaking started where Israel and Lebanon are located today, in a time long before the wines of Burgundy and Bordeaux. In Jewish history, kosher wine has played a great sacramental role. Following the diaspora, the dispersion of the Jewish people from Israel after the Roman conquest, cultural practices were brought with them around the world. In today’s world, kosher wines are produced in the most famous wine-producing countries. Check out our amazing selection!
There isn’t necessarily a taste difference between kosher and non-kosher wines. However, kosher wines must follow Kashrut laws, which are a set of dietary requirements. There are also a number of different styles to be aware of.More info and FAQ below