All ingredients used in the usual winemaking process are considered kosher, so kosher wines are made in the same way. The major difference between the two is the oversight and handling. Every step of the process in the production of kosher wine – to deserve the label according to Jewish dietary laws – must be overseen or handled by either a rabbi or Sabbath-observant Jews. Wine that meets this criterion then receives a special seal of approval to verify it is kosher. In additional to traditional kosher wine, we also have Passover kosher wine online for purchase. These wines must follow additional guidelines in accordance with the holiday and must be kept away from chametz.
The demand for the best kosher wines has increased exponentially in the past few decades. Winemakers have risen to the occasion, producing more kosher wine and with greater variety. Kosher wines tend to be red, but white varieties are available as well to suit all preferences. If you're a red wine maven, find Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Pinot Noir and Merlot kosher wine online at Wine Chateau. If you stand firmly on the side of white wine, try a Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc or other white blend from our extensive selection.
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