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For the first time, the grand prize at Italy’s leading international wine competition has been awarded to an Israeli winery.
The Golan Heights Winery, founded in 1983 in Katzrin, beat out 3,720 wines from from more than 1,000 producers in 30 countries to take home the so-called...
June 30, 2005 | 8:00 pm
California's newest and largest kosher winemaking facility boasts the longest history.
Last week, the Baron Herzog Winery debuted its 77,000-square-foot winery in Oxnard. The label dates back to 1848, when the Herzog family established an operation in the small Slovakian village of...
January 22, 2004 | 7:00 pm
Fruity, oaky and sugary; I taste blackberries, vanilla and sugar, lots of sugar; full-bodied, strong finish, and very sweet; horrible and, yet again, very sweet. That was the kosher wine tasting of yesteryear.
Today, we can raise our glasses and toast the groundbreaking of the new...
October 31, 2002 | 7:00 pm