Move over, Manischewitz. There's a new kind of kosher wine in town. Whether you're celebrating Rosh Hoshana, Hannukah, Passover or Purim - these wines will give you reason to say "L'Chiam!"
Fortant de France
France ($10-$15). Take a gander at this list, and you'll quickly see that there are now an abundance of high-quality kosher wines, in all price ranges, from all over the world.Want to wow your friends with a fancy French wine while cultivating kosher points, too? Try one of the many Fortant wines. Reliably delicious and very well-priced.
Italy ($10-$20). Admittedly, I am the last person who would ever expect to see an Italian kosher wine. But I'm certainly not complaining! From the land of Mussolini, we have Bartenura - makers of mostly whites, astis and spumantis. So bring some bubbly to Bubbe! She'll positively plotz.
France ($10-$25). Produced by one the world's oldest Jewish families, the Abarbanel clan can trace its lineage all the way back to ancient Israel. I guess you could call them the OGs of Oenology. They offer a wide variety of wines at an assortment of price points. There's a wonderful wine everyone.