A plethora of new top-quality wines for Passover 2024 

A plethora of new top-quality wines for Passover 2024 

Passover begins the evening of April 22. This eight-day holiday celebrates the most seminal event in Jewish history, the Israelites’ Exodus from Egyptian slavery. Among the rituals at the seder is the drinking of four cups of wine; and when you have four cups to get through in one seder, the quality of the wine is of paramount importance.

Royal Wine Corp., the largest manufacturer, importer, and exporter of kosher wines and spirits, is introducing for Passover 2024 top-quality wines from some of the finest wine-producing regions, including California, France, Italy, Spain, and Israel.

“These Passover wines are top-notch, award-winning, and distinctive,” Jay Buchsbaum, Royal Wine Corp.’s vice president of wine education, said. “And while red wine is traditional for the seder, it can be a nice Burgundy or a Pinot Noir, or a Cabernet — as long as it is kosher for Passover. There are dozens to choose from, and our port selection  consist of acclaimed wines that just happen to be kosher and are recognized for quality and value.”

Royal Wine offers “a delicious selection of kosher-for-Passover wines from around the world,” Buchsbaum said. “Some of the top producers are creating award-winning varietals at every price point, and with Passover just around the corner, we want to take the guesswork out of buying wine.”

These wines will complement any seder fare. L’chaim!

• Rocca delle Macie Chianti Classico: this renowned winery is producing kosher wine for the first time, exclusively for Royal Wine Corp. (SRP $25)

• Lovatelli, a new line of fine and affordable Italian wines, including a Salento Primitivo (SRP $17) and a Barbera d’Asti (SRP $25).

• Cantina Giuliano: a kosher boutique winery started in 2014 in Tuscany, Italy, by a young couple who inherited wineries from their grandparents.

• Many new kosher wines are being imported from South Africa by ESSA and J Folk wineries (among them, Chenin Blanc, Pinotage, Cabernet Sauvignon).

• Bartenura: Flavored Moscatos in cans, such as Peach, Lychee, and Blueberry.

Also: Château Dauzac Grand Cru Classé and Aurore de Dauzac Margaux ‘21; Chateau Roubine Cru Classé Lion & Dragon Red; Des Moisans Deau Cognac Privilege; Herzog Lineage Momentus Rose; J de Villebois Sancerre Pinot Noir; Kamisa Winery, Galilee, Israel; Malbec du Clos Triguedina-Cahors; Shamay Winery, Upper Galilee, Israel; New Carmel Black Cabernet Sauvignon, Galilée, Israel; and Brio de Château Cantenac Brown, Margaux.

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