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New Wines for PASSOVER 2024 for Every Palate & Pocketbook

The Festival of Freedom:

Celebrate Passover from April 22 to 30, honoring the Israelites’ liberation from Egyptian slavery with a festive meal featuring matzah, the telling of the Passover story (Seder), and the enjoyment of four cups of wine, emphasizing the importance of wine quality.

Red Kosher Wine Four Glasses of Matzah or Matza Passover Haggadah

Royal Wine Corp.: Your Passover Wine Destination

As the largest manufacturer, importer, and exporter of Kosher wines and spirits, Royal Wine Corp. offers top-quality wines from renowned regions like California, France, Italy, Spain, and Israel for Passover 2024. While forty percent of kosher wine sales occur during Passover, sales have been steadily growing throughout the year.

A Word from the Expert

According to Jay Buchsbaum, VP of Wine Education at Royal Wine Corp., the Passover wines are exceptional, award-winning, and distinctive. Offering a variety of red wines like Burgundy, Pinot Noir, and Cabernet, as long as they are kosher for Passover, the company’s portfolio consists of acclaimed wines that are kosher, known for their quality and value.

Celebrate Passover 2024 with Royal Wine Corp's exceptional kosher wines from California, France, Italy, Spain, and Israel. Choose yours for a memorable Seder!

Featured Passover Wines

  • Rocca delle Macie Chianti Classico: A renowned winery producing kosher wine for the first time exclusively for Royal Wine Corp.
  • Lovatelli: A new line of fine and affordable Italian wines, including a Salento Primitivo and a Barbera d’Asti.
  • Cantina Giuliano: A fully kosher boutique winery in Tuscany, Italy, with new bottles and labeling.

New Kosher Wines from South Africa

ESSA and J Folk wineries are importing new kosher wines, including Chenin Blanc, Pinotage, and Cabernet Sauvignon.

More Exciting Offerings

  • Bartenura: Flavored Moscatos in cans, including Peach, Lychee, and new Blueberry.
  • 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: Galilee, Israel

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Finding Kosher-for-Passover Wine

While finding kosher-for-Passover wine is easy, the same cannot be said for spirits like whiskey, which are typically made with grain and therefore not kosher for Passover. Buchsbaum emphasizes that kosher wines are made the same way as non-kosher wines, with the distinction being the handling of the wine by Sabbath-observant Jews. Any kosher-for-Passover wine will have a “P” symbol or “Kosher for Passover” next to the kosher certification on the label.

Serving Tradition: Four Cups of Wine

The tradition of drinking four cups of wine at Passover dinner is tied to the story of Exodus, with each cup symbolizing a point in the narrative. The significance of the number four is often associated with “freedom from exile.” For observant Jews, the wine served must be kosher, indicating that it was handled exclusively by Sabbath-observant Jews.

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