We’re so excited for you to open this special box of wines, hand-picked by Jewish Food Society to compliment your Passover meals. Read about each bottle in the lineup below, and pair it with the suggested recipe from Jewish Food Society’s archive for your Passover spread.
- Clos Lentiscus Brut Nature Rosé 2016: Aged bubbles from Manel Arinyó, also known as "the bubble man!" A lively and powerful sparkling with pleasant bubbles that’s super fresh with Mediterranean notes of ripe fruit. Serve it alongside this recipe for a vibrant fennel salad.
- Vinificate Cádiz Amorro Blanco 2019: Palomino Fino grown organically from two different vineyards in Chiclana de la Frontera's "Pago de Marquesado." Bottled unfined and unfiltered, with little to no S02. A hazy white with coastal undertones and gentle minerals. This wine sings of lemon, pear, salinity, and honey. Pair it all with chef Pati Jinich’s recipe for gefilte fish a la Veracruzana.
- Frontón De Oro Tinto 2019: Made with estate-grown listan negro and tintilla and aged in American oak barrels. Mineral, pepper, and dark and red berry aromas. The tannins are light and smooth on the palate, with an assertive peppery note. To compliment all those peppery notes, serve alongside matzo ball soup with cumin and parsley.
- Domaine la Monardière Calades 2019: A blend of cinsault, counoise, and garnacha with medium aromas of black cherry, herbs, and jam on the nose. On the palate, you'll get a jammy, fresh round feel with smooth tannins. Serve alongside this recipe for slow cooked beef in tomato sauce.