Now Available: RJ Insiders Guide to KOSHER WINE the Guide to Kosher Wine for this Passover Edition Includes Worlds 50 Top Kosher Wines
NEW YORK March 9, 2007 If youre thinking youll once again have to drink either Concord Grape or Black Raspberry kosher wine this Passover, think again. But knowing which kosher wine is a taste treat has always been a problem, until now, thanks to Reform Judaism magazine.
The RJ Insiders Guide to Kosher Wine, featuring the first-ever pullout chart of the Top 50 Kosher Wines in the World, is the must have for all Jewish wine connoisseurs.
Daniel Rogov, world renowned wine critic and the source for the Top 50 list said, As recently as a decade ago, had anyone asked me to compile a list of fifty world-class kosher wines, I would have smiled politely and tried hard not to start giggling. Today, with fine kosher wines becoming increasingly available it is becoming rapidly apparent that there is no contradiction whatever between the laws of kashrut and the production of truly excellent wines.
In addition to the Top 50 list the guide to kosher wine includes the inside story of the transformation of kosher wine from ancient times to the 21st century, a four-course Passover feast featuring kosher wine in every dish, and more. Published as the 24-page centerpiece of Reform Judaism magazine's Spring 2007 edition, the Insider's Guide is also being reprinted and sent throughout America.
This guide is the perfect compliment to the Wine Spectators ranking of the worlds best wines. The RJ Insiders Guide to Kosher Wine is now available online with extra features at www.reformjudaismmag.org. It is also available as a stand-alone insert by contacting email@example.com is included in the issue sent to more than 310,000 households affiliated with a Reform congregation.
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