Two great types of sparkling wines that I love are Kraemer Brut and Louis de Sacy Brut Grand Cru from Champagne, France.
[THANKSGIVUKKAH] When it comes to blending Hanukkah and Thanksgiving, we think food, but how to you fit those holiday flavors in a glass? Step up to the bar because Emily’s done it deliciously.
Emily left government work to promote Catoctin Creek’s kosher, organic spirits. Now she’s creating cocktails, holding tastings and learning all about distilling and how those spirits got to taste so smooth.
With four glasses of wine at the seder, expert advice can quadruple your pleasure. Pairings of white, red, sweet and dry wines help you celebrate freedom not only from slavery, but also from the mundane.
Move over Concord grape! Our wine guru made a trip to the Kosher Food and Wine Experience in New York and came home with some palate-pleasing wines that take the four cups to tasty new heights.
It’s hard to believe that there’s a Jewish holiday that tells us to drink until you cannot tell the difference between the names of Haman (the villain) and Mordecai (the hero along with Esther), but it’s all part of celebrating Purim.
New Year’s resolutions have come in and out of people’s heads, but I have come up with one that is very easy and obtainable. This year’s you may want to consider drinking some fun and affordable wines which actually seem to have some health benefits when drunk in moderation! The wines I have showcased in…
Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, is also the Festival of Fried Foods, and finding the right wines for all that oily food is not so easy. When considering fried foods and wine, I focus on white wines because of their acidic levels and their clean fruit and mineral notes. Here are two wines that will…