Rosh Hashanah is the beginning of a new year, so it is appropriate to have new wines at the dinner table.
List of New Kosher Wines
Source: Jewish Link of New Jersey-—http://www.jewishlinknj.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9513:new-kosher-wines-for-the-new-jewish-year&catid=157:food&Itemid=569
- New from Pacifica, the sister winery to Goose Bay located in New Zealand and the first all-kosher winery in the Pacific Northwest, is the Columbia Gorge Rosé. Made from a blend of Pinot Noir, Tempranillo, Merlot and a touch of Zinfandel grapes all grown along the Columbia River on Underwood Mountain, this fabulous Rosé is a luscious, higher-acid Rosé made in a dry style with just a touch of sweetness, crisp and flavorful.
- One particular new and notable wine from France is the Château Tertre Daugay—Saint-Émilion Grand Cru Class which is made from 60 percent Merlot and 40 percent Cabernet Franc.
- Some exciting new releases for the holiday season from Tabor Winery are Tabor Gewurztraminer—an off-dry white wine, perfect for a Rosh Hashanah lunch or a warm day in the sukkah. Another new release is Tabor 562, a delightful sparkling wine made with fine, early-harvested Chardonnay for richness, and French Colombard for structure and lively fruit flavors; perfect for celebrating the Jewish New Year.
- The Terra di Seta winery, Italy’s only all-kosher winery, offers a delicious twist with its new Meshi Toscana Rosé (Meshi is modern Hebrew for “silk). This delightful boutique wine is made from 100 percent Sangiovese grapes,
Source: Kosher Today
A few of the wines that are certain to be on the top of the list come from Israel. They include such wines as Yarden 2T 2009, an intriguing blend of two Portuguese varieties, Tinta Cao and Touriga Nacional; Galil Mountain, Yiron 2009; Gilgal Chardonnay, aged for four months; and Yarden Heightswine 2011, a sweet dessert wine that is elegant, and of an extremely high quality.