Raise your glasses at the fifth annual Jerusalem Kosher Wine Festival.

March 7, 2016 20:49
The annual kosher wine exhibition

The annual kosher wine exhibition. (photo credit: YACHATZ)


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More than 40 wineries will be exhibiting at the fifth annual Jerusalem Kosher Wine Festival on March 9 and 10 (5 p.m.-11 p.m.) at the Jerusalem International Convention Center.

This festival is a unique opportunity for wine connoisseurs and enthusiasts to try all sorts of up-and-coming kosher wines, along with their long-time favorites.

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Along with the tastings, local and international wine authorities will be giving short workshops on such subjects as wine competitions, blind tasting, sparkling wines, new grape varieties and importing kosher wines. Some of Israel’s top chefs will be giving sessions on cooking with kosher wine.

Among the participating wineries include: Barkan, Tabor, Segal, Jerusalem Hills, Golan Heights Winery, Shiloh, Galil Mountain Winery, Teperberg, Benyamina, Dalton and others.

In exchange for your NIS 90 entrance fee, you’ll get a wine glass to carry from booth to booth.

For tickets visit www.pyup.co.il.

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