We've paired two (or more) wines with each dish you might be serving this holiday.
1. The Hagafen Cabernet Franc ($39) is a rich, earthy red that should complement a roast brisket well. Its Don Ernesto’s Crescendo table red would also be a good pick. All of Hagafen's wines are kosher as well as yayin mevushal via its flash pasteurization process, by the way.
2. A more modestly priced kosher cabernet is the Barkan Classic ($14), a full-bodied wine with berry flavors from a vineyard in northern Israel.
3. Fruity, creamy, yet dry, Bartenura Prosecco ($17) is a good pick for latkes. You want something light and sparkling, but not too sweet.
4. Another option for latkes is Spanish cava Castell D’olerdola Brut ($19), an elegant sparkling wine with hints of lemon and cream.
5. If you’re serving salmon or poultry, try the crisp, citrusy Weinstock Chardonnay ($11)
6. Also good with fish or fowl is the Goose Bay Sauvingon ($20), with its notes of exotic fruit. It should pair well with cheese as well.
7. For dessert, there’s the popular, late-harvest grape Binyamina Late Harvest Gewürztraminer ($21).
8. Also lovely for dessert is Herzog Late Harvest Orange Muscat ($22), from California grapes. You could serve it on its own or with chocolate or cheese. Herzog also has a Late Harvest Chenin Blanc ($24).
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