20+ Best Kosher for Passover Wines & Liquor for the Seder Table [Reviews] (2019)

Are you drunk yet?

Well, you’re gonna be soon enough…

Believe it or not – every person drinks (at least) 4 cups of wine during the Passover Seder… and I haven’t even included the drinks you drink after the Seder.

Passover is all about celebrating our escape from slavery – to freedom… and getting drunk together with our family and loved ones around the Seder table? Now that’s freedom right there!

So… the question is not if, but what wine you drink at the Seder table:

Do you drink the “good stuff” – high quality Kosher for Passover wines? Or do you drink the “nasty stuff”… you know, the kind of wine that tastes worse than Maror (did anyone say Manischewitz?).

That’s exactly why I created this Passover wine guide: to help you choose the former, rather than the latter.

Because guess what? Pesach happens once a year. The last thing you want to do is wreck it with an awful-tasting wine that a cat wouldn’t even touch with a ten-foot pole (not that it can grab a pole, but still).

Top Kosher for Passover Wines

Don’t have the time to go through every single Passover wine on the list? Too busy shopping for Passover and decorating the Seder table?

I hear ya!

That’s why I created this cute table – with our favorite wines for the Seder table. And yes – we even gave out our famous Amen V’Amen awards 🙂

Behold:

Red Wine - Kosher for PassoverWhite Wine - Kosher for PassoverSweet Wine – Kosher for PassoverChampagne & Sparkling Wine - Kosher for PassoverLiquor - Kosher for PassoverGrape Juice - Kosher for Passover
Top Red Wine Top White Wine Top Sweet Wine Top Champagne Top Passover Liquor Top Grape Juice
Barkan Classic Petite SirahBarkan Classic Petite SirahDomaine C Blanc Du Castel 2016Domaine C Blanc Du Castel 2016Rashi Joyvin RedRashi Joyvin RedLaurent Perrier Brut ChampagneLaurent Perrier Brut ChampagneTroyanska Plum BrandyTroyanska Plum BrandyDe La Rosa Real Foods & Vineyards Kosher Organic Austrian Red Grape JuiceDe La Rosa Real Foods & Vineyards Kosher Organic Red Grape Juice
Region: IsraelRegion: IsraelRegion: ItalyRegion: FranceRegion: Bulgaria
Alcohol Content: 12%Alcohol Content: 13.5%Alcohol Content: 6%Alcohol Content: 12%Alcohol Content: 40%
MevushalNot MevushalMevushalNot Mevushal
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WineType     
Top Red Wine
Barkan Classic Petite SirahBarkan Classic Petite Sirah
Type: Red Wine - Kosher for PassoverRegion: IsraelAlcohol Content: 12%MevushalOur Rating:Get it Here
Top White Wine
Domaine C Blanc Du Castel 2016Domaine C Blanc Du Castel 2016
Type: White Wine - Kosher for PassoverRegion: IsraelAlcohol Content: 13.5%Not MevushalOur Rating:Get it Here
Top Sweet Wine
Rashi Joyvin RedRashi Joyvin Red
Type: Sweet Wine – Kosher for PassoverRegion: ItalyAlcohol Content: 6%MevushalOur Rating:Get it Here
Top Champagne
Laurent Perrier Brut ChampagneLaurent Perrier Brut Champagne
Type: Champagne & Sparkling Wine - Kosher for PassoverRegion: FranceAlcohol Content: 12%Not MevushalOur Rating:Get it Here
Top Passover Liquor
Troyanska Plum BrandyTroyanska Plum Brandy
Type: Liquor - Kosher for PassoverRegion: BulgariaAlcohol Content: 40%Our Rating:Get it Here
Top Grape Juice
De La Rosa Real Foods & Vineyards Kosher Organic Austrian Red Grape JuiceDe La Rosa Real Foods & Vineyards Kosher Organic Red Grape Juice
Type: Grape Juice - Kosher for PassoverOur Rating:Get it Here

Red Wines – Kosher for Passover

During the Passover Seder, we drink 4 cups of wine (or “Yayin” for the Israelis in the crowd) to celebrate our liberation from slavery in Egypt, into freedom.

And even though you can technically drink those 4 cups with any type of wine, red wine has always been the traditional way to fulfill the Mitzvah.

Wait, but Why?

The red wine serves as a reminder of the bloodshed that our Jewish ancestors had to endure as slaves in Egypt. Ironically, the red wine we drink on Passover is also a symbol of the exact opposite: our freedom.

Now that we know why the only question left is what: what kind of red wines should you get for the Seder?

Barkan Classic Petite Sirah

Top Red Wine

Barkan Classic Petite Sirah

Barkan classic is just that – a classic. It has been my go-to wine on Shabbat for years… unless I’m expecting guests, in which I case I might also buy something a little more sophisticated (read: expensive).

Dry, yet rich in fruity flavor…it has no bitter taste whatsoever. Perfect for washing your mouth after bitter herbs!

  • The color? Deep, purplish-red.
  • The aroma? Fruity.
  • The texture? Smooth.
  • The taste? Rich… with a strong, lasting finish… oh, and did I mention fruity?

Delicious, affordable, and goes with any type of meat on the Seder table.

What more can you ask from a Passover wine?

Brand

Barkan

Varietal

Petite Sirah

Color

Red

Region

Israel

Alcohol Content

12%

Mevushal?

Mevushal

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Psagot Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

Psagot Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

I’ve been planning to go on a Psagot wine tour for years now… every time I visit Jerusalem, I keep telling myself “this time I’m going”! Unfortunately – too much to do, too little time!

In the meantime, I’ll have to settle for buying a bottle (and writing about it).

Psagot’s Cabernet Sauvignon has a smooth, mouth-coating texture, a strong blackberries taste with a light spicy touch. The finish is quite strong… it sure keeps your mouth dry – as you’d expect from a dry wine with strong tannins.

A worthy addition to the Seder table.

Brand

Psagot

Varietal

Cabernet Sauvignon

Color

Red

Region

Israel

Alcohol Content

13.50%

Mevushal

Not Mevushal

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Quevedo Ruby Port

Quevedo Ruby Port

So far Israeli wines have been dominating the red wine section. I think it’s time we introduce a Kosher for Passover port wine, coming straight from Portugal.

This young, deep ruby colored wine has a slightly sweet, fruity taste, but with a solid tone of acidity – giving it a nice balance (and keeping it away from the Sweet Wine section).

If you gave it a good sniff, you’ll notice a lovely, aromatic smell of flowers (not as strong as actual Passover flowers, but still strong), blueberry and hazelnut.

It contains a high alcohol percentage (19.50%), so unless you’re having a BIG meal – you may want to take it easy with those 4 wine cups there, tiger!

Otherwise, you’ll get too drunk, too fast… and you won’t be able to find the Afikoman. You know what that means? No Passover gift for you!

Tip: Let the wine air for an hour or so.

Brand

Quevedo

Varietal

Port

Color

Red

Region

Portugal

Alcohol Content

19.50%

Mevushal?

Not Mevushal

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Hagafen Merlot 2012

Hagafen Merlot 2012

Merlots tend to age very well. That’s why I decided to include Hagafen’s 2012 Merlot, rather than for the younger ones. The wine had time to mature, the wine tannins had more time to dissipate, which all contribute to a fine aroma and a smooth, flavorful taste.

Speaking of taste – Hagafen’s Merlot taste is quite unique: a combination of plum, coffee and black licorice with a strong, complex finish.

It sure throws the whole “Mevushal wine is not as good as non-mevushal wine” theory out the window.

That said – there’s definitely a pronounced oaky presence in this one – so if you’re not a fan of strong, dry wine with high tannins – you may want to choose a lighter option from the list.

Pairs perfectly with beef, chicken, fish…or any other dish you’re having at the Seder table (even Matzah)!

Brand

Hagafen

Varietal

Merlot

Color

Red

Region

Napa Valley, USA

Alcohol Content

13%

Mevushal

Mevushal

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Yarden Cabernet Sauvignon

Yarden Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

Yarden is a staple in many Jewish homes… In fact, my dad swears by Yarden – he’s been drinking it religiously every Shabbat dinner ever since I can remember.

Yarden’s Cabernet has a nice, full-bodied, eucalyptus taste that lingers in your mouth for quite a while. It can give a strong fight to any Cabernet out there.

Thanks to the relatively soft finish compared to the other red wines on here… you’ll be able to easily stomach 4 cups of Yarden’s Cabernet, without ever needing to switch to a sweeter one.

Tip: Pairs wonderfully with any type of meat.

Brand

Yarden

Varietal

Cabernet Sauvignon

Color

Red

Region

Israel

Alcohol Content

14.50%

Mevushal

Not Mevushal

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Dalton Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

Dalton Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

Dalton’s wine (and winery) is a gem! In fact, I would even go so far and say that Dalton has the finest Cabernet wine on this list.

It’s well-balanced, with a rich, fruity flavor with a pinch of vanilla flavors of French oak (they’re stored inside French oak barrels).

Even though it has quite a dark tone, It’s not nearly as strong as many of the other Israeli Cabernets (I would put it somewhere between Yarden and Psagot in terms of strength). It goes down very easily, which is what you need to be able to stomach 4+ cups at the Seder table.

Dalton’s winery is located at the Upper Galilee, only five Kilometers from the Lebanese border… overlooking Mount Hermon (I’ve been there a few years ago, highly recommended!)

The wine is aged in French and American oak barrels for 9 months before the wine is tasted and the final blend is made.

Serve it with beef, chicken, or steak – and your guests will have a jolly old time at the Passover Seder this year.

Brand

Dalton

Varietal

Cabernet Sauvignon

Color

Red

Region

Israel

Alcohol Content

14.50%

Mevushal?

Not Mevushal

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White Wines – Kosher for Passover

“Which wine are you? Red or white?”

Oh, sweet Moses! What do you think this is, BuzzFeed?

I’ll spare you those ridiculous quizzes and cut straight to the chase.

Some people prefer red wine, some prefer white wine, and others are Switzerland – they can handle both sides.

Bottom line is – why let people whine about wine?

Treat your Seder table like a democracy – offer your guests both options and let them decide whether they want to vote left or right (I’ll let you decide which wine is left and which wine is right… don’t involve me in your internal politics)

Domaine C Blanc Du Castel 2016

Top White Wine

Domaine C Blanc Du Castel 2016

It’s about time we have a Kosher for Passover Chardonnay, don’t you think?

Introducing: one of the best (if not the best) Kosher white wines on the market… and I don’t just mean for Passover, I mean in general.

Made in at the Judean Hills just outside of Jerusalem, 2400 feet off the ground.

Not too oaky, not too sweet – it strikes a perfect balance, giving the fruit the chance to truly shine.

It can transform any Passover meal from good to great: whether you’re serving chicken, beef, fish or things that truly require an upgrade (you know, things like Matzah, Gefilte Fish and other not-so-tasty dishes).

Tip: Castel’s Domaine C Blanc is on the expensive side, so if you’re ordering several bottles for the Seder table, you might want to mix it up with other cheaper wines from this list to not inflate the bill too much.

Brand

Castel

Varietal

Chardonnay

Color

White

Region

Israel

Alcohol Content

13.50%

Mevushal?

Not Mevushal

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Recanati Upper Galilee Chardonnay 2013

Recanati Upper Galilee Chardonnay 2013

Two Chardonnays in a row? What can I say, I’m feeling generous today 🙂

Recanati’s Chardonnay contains the delicate Chardonnay aroma of citrus and tropical fruits, combined with a slight touch of caramel, hazelnut, and vanilla coming from the American oak barrels.

Full-bodied with a strong taste and smooth finish – allowing you to relax, and enjoy your freedom – even when the kids around you are going Mishigas at the Seder table.

Brand

Recanati

Varietal

Chardonnay

Color

White

Region

Israel

Alcohol Content

13%

Mevushal?

Not Mevushal

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Gabriele Pinot Grigio

Gabriele Pinot Grigio

Imagine walking down the streets of Venice on a summer afternoon…

You walk across the Ponte dell’Accademia… you see all those small Gondolas sailing through the Grand Canal…

You decide: “Time for a sail!… But first lets go grab lunch”.

The aroma of freshly cooked pasta leads you to a local Italian (well, duh) restaurant, hidden in a tiny little corner in the alleys of Venice.

No tourists flashing their cameras in here. Just you, your family, and Lorenzo the Chef greeting you with his strong Michael Corleone accent.

Lorenzo serves you a big bowl of Linguini Pasta, sprinkled with Basil Leafs fresh from his own backyard. He pours you a glass of Gabriele Pinot Grigio.

You grab the glass, take a deep whiff at the glass… mmm, a strong scent of tropical fruit and white flowers.

You sit back… relaxed, wondering: am I in heaven?

WAKE UP! Quit your daydreaming!

  • You’re NOT in Venice.
  • Pasta is NOT Kosher for Passover.
  • And odds are you won’t have any Lorenzo over for Seder dinner!

But there’s one thing from this utopian dream you can have: you can take a sip of a glass of Gabriele Pinot Grigio.

Luckily, it pairs well not just with pasta, but with fish, meat, and yes – even Matzo balls.

Sure, it’s not exactly Venice… but hey, the glass is half full with Pinot Grigio. Enjoy it!

Brand

Cantina Gabriele

Varietal

Pinot Grigio

Color

White

Region

Italy

Alcohol Content

12%

Mevushal?

Mevushal

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Bartenura Moscato

Bartenura Moscato

If you’re a white wine person – Bartenura is no stranger to you (if it is – think Mimosa, only better!). Heck, even if you’re an avid red wine guy or gal, and you oppose white wine with all your power – I bet when the lights turn off and no one is around, you’ll secretly admit (or drink) that “Bartenura Moscato is actually not that bad”.

For years, it has been one of the most popular Kosher white wines you could get your lips on… for a very good reason.

It’s sweet, it’s bubbly, it’s tasty, it smells like a big bowl of delicious fruit (who doesn’t like Peach?)… and most importantly – it’s cheap. Which means you can order several of em’ for Pesach without having it weigh on your wallet.

A true people-pleaser – exactly what you need anytime you’re having guests over… whether you’re having guests over for Passover Seder, Shabbat dinner or just on a regular Tuesday afternoon!

Tip: Pairs perfectly with any type of meat, fish, AND dessert.

No need to fly all the way to Italy for Pesach (although that doesn’t sound like such a bad idea). Stay where you are, wait for the guests to arrive, and greet them with a lovely glass of Bartenura Moscato.

Brand

Bartenura

Varietal

Muscat

Color

White

Region

Italy

Alcohol Content

5%

Mevushal?

Mevushal

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Sweet Wines – Kosher for Passover

Not everyone is a fan of strong wines… so forcing those poor folks to “suffer” through 4 cups of dry wine? That’s almost cruel!

Go easy on them, will ya? Give them the freedom to choose one of these sweet Passover Seder wines they could actually stomach.

Personal Note: I personally can’t stand sweet wine… but since many of our readers do, I tried my best to be as sweet and welcoming as I can with these sweet Passover wines. Forgive me if I accidentally let my bitterness slip away at some point (for the smart*sses in the crowd – no, sweet wine won’t get rid of my bitterness!)

Rashi Joyvin Red

Top Sweet Wine

Rashi Joyvin Red

I always found Rashi’s script confusing.

Rashi’s sweet wine, on the other hand? Is actually pretty good (yea yea, it’s not the same person, I know).

In fact, it’s one of the few times I actually asked for a refill of sweet red wine.

Even though it’s sweet, it’s MUCH lighter than Concord wine (which I despise), and not nearly as sweet.

That said, even though it’s made in Italy, don’t expect it to taste like your favorite Kosher Italian wines (some of which I included on this list). That’s asking too much.

Still, if I had to choose one sweet Kiddush wine for the Seder table (or Shabbat, for that matter), this would be it.

Brand

Rashi

Varietal

Blend

Color

Red

Region

Italy

Alcohol Content

6%

Mevushal?

Mevushal

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Kedem Concord Grape

Kedem Concord Grape

I’ll be honest, Kedem’s sweet wine is not my cup of tea. It’s just too sweet… just the thought of drinking 4 cups of it makes me cringe.

It’s not as bad as Manischewitz though, which is the only good thing I can really say about it. But just the fact I’m making that comparison, should tell you something in the first place.

Why is Kedem’s sweet wine on this list, then?

Because other people I asked seem to enjoy it, including a special someone on the Amen V’Amen team (care to guess who?).

Despite what my mom says, not everything is about me!

Brand

Kedem

Varietal

Concord

Color

Red

Region

USA

Alcohol Content

11.5%

Mevushal?

Mevushal

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Carmel King David Concord

Carmel King David Concord

It took me a while to realize that King David wine is actually made by Carmel, the famous winery founded by the Baron de Rothschild.

While this wine is indeed quite sweet, I found it “drinkable” when I first had it. It had no aftertaste at all (unlike other undrinkable sweet wines that I won’t mention here out of respect).

An easygoing wine to have around for Kiddush, whether it’s on Shabbat or Passover.

Brand

Carmel

Varietal

Concord

Color

Red

Region

USA

Alcohol Content

12.5%

Mevushal?

Mevushal

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Champagne & Sparkling Wine – Kosher for Passover

You might be raising your eyebrows and wondering…

“Champagne? I thought this is a guide for Passover wines…”

Surprise: Champagne is a form of (sparkling) wine.

In fact, do you know the difference between Champagne and sparkling wine?

The only difference is that Champagne is sparkling wine that is made in the Champagne region in France.

Now you know!

And in a few moments – you’ll also know what Kosher for Passover champagnes to get 🙂

Laurent Perrier Brut Champagne

Top Champagne

Laurent Perrier Brut Champagne

You can’t have an entire section of Champagnes without an authentic, 100% French Champagne on the list, now can you?

But it didn’t make the list just because it’s French. It made the list because it’s absolutely delightful!

It has a magnificent blend of 45% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Noir and 15% Pinot Meunier with lovely notes of lemon peel, minerals, nuts, and fresh berries… giving it the famous light-golden color Champagnes are known for.

It leaves you with a fresh apple taste, the kind you don’t want to ruin by eating Matzah or bitter herbs (suck it up, it’s Pesach!).

An elegant Champagne you can serve before the Seder, during the Seder, or after Passover is long gone!

Brand

Laurent Perrier

Varietal

Champagne

Color

White

Region

France

Alcohol Content

12%

Mevushal?

Not Mevushal

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Hagafen Brut Cuvee Late Disgorged 2012

Hagafen Brut Cuvee Late Disgorged

Brut? What does that even mean?

It’s just a (not) fancy word for dry Champagne.

But don’t let the weird terminology confuse you – this is actually an excellent Champagne.

Hagafen’s Champagne is light-medium bodied, which is another way of saying: “it has a light-medium aftertaste”.

It’s made of 78% Pinot Noir and 22% Chardonnay, with a wide range of fruity flavors: baked pears, peaches, raspberries, pink grapefruit, citrus, a hint of vanilla and a pinch of cinnamon… giving it a distinct orange-pink color and a strong apple-like aroma.

The result? A well-balanced, extra fruity, extra bubbly, extra tasty Kosher for Passover Champagne.

Brand

Hagafen

Varietal

Champagne

Color

White

Region

USA

Alcohol Content

12.5%

Mevushal?

Mevushal

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Drappier Brut Champagne Carte D’ Or

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Drappier’s Brut Champagne is another prestigious option – one that can really make you go “mmmm”.

It’s made of a strong blend of 80% Pinot Noir, and small amounts of Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier grapes… giving it the classic Champagne aroma, except it’s more toasty compared to other Champagnes.

I’m talking about an aroma rich with tropical fruit like pears, apples, peach, a touch of ginger and even yeast – giving it a unique scent that resembles fresh bread.

“Yeast? Fresh bread? Oy vey! Chametz!”

Relax, it doesn’t have any Chametz… it only smells like bread. It’s totally Kosher dude.

Pairs fabulously with any type of meat, fish and any other Matzo-based surprised you can think of.

Tip: Pairs particularly well with Dessert.

Brand

Drappier

Varietal

Champagne

Color

White

Region

France

Alcohol Content

12%

Mevushal?

Mevushal

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Liquor – Kosher for Passover

We’ve covered enough wine to fill the entire Red Sea (hmm… is that why it’s called the “Red” Sea  🤔?).

What about other Kosher for Passover alcoholic drinks? Don’t they deserve a spot on our Seder table? With all that obsession around Passover wine, we almost forgot there are other exciting drinks beyond the horizon.

Here are just a few Kosher for Passover liquors your guests will never see coming… drinks that, let’s just say, require a “strong stomach” 🙂

Troyanska Plum Brandy Kosher For Passover 

Top Passover Liquor

Troyanska Plum Brandy

No doubt – Western Europe is famous for its fabulous wine. Visiting places like France, Spain or Italy without visiting at least a winery or two is nothing short of a waste.

But what if you want to go climb higher in the alcoholic content ladder? What if you want something a little “stronger”? Then, as the voice in Waze would say: “head East!”

Destination: Bulgaria.

Troyanska is the real deal. It’s a strong, yet fruity brandy with notes of plum and other delicious dark fruits that give it a smooth finish.

It’ll give you a good “kick”, that’s for sure!

Brand

Troyanska

Varietal

Fruit Brandy

Region

Bulgaria

Alcohol Content

40%

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R. Jelinek Silver Slivovitz

R Jelinek Silver Slivovitz

You thought 40% alcohol was a lot? Wait till you try 50% (!).

Did You Know? 

The term “slivovitz” is a Slavic word for plum.

Guess what it’s made of? That’s right, plums!

R. Jelinek has been making high-quality Kosher for Passover brandy for centuries. In fact, look closely at the image – and you’ll notice it has a tiny Star of David hanging around its neck!

To call this brandy “strong” would be the understatement of the century. But don’t worry, you won’t get smoke coming out of your ears just yet (in my experience, you get close to that point when you get to the 70%+ mark).

You get a smooth, slightly almond taste – perfect if you’re looking for a powerful drink that’ll keep you on your feet waaay into the Passover Seder night (that doesn’t exempt you from reporting to Schul the next morning!).

Brand

R. Jelinek

Varietal

Brandy

Region

Czech Republic

Alcohol Content

50%

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Grape Juice – Kosher for Passover

What about the kids? Don’t they deserve to drink 4 cups of wine just like adults do?

Of course, they do!

WAIT! STOP!

DO NOT pour your kids any alcohol! Are you mad?!

Please, leave the “real” wine for the adults at the Seder table… and let the kids enjoy good old fashion nonalcoholic grape juice.

De La Rosa Real Foods & Vineyards Kosher Organic Austrian Red Grape Juice

Top Grape Juice

De La Rosa Real Foods & Vineyards Kosher Organic Austrian Red Grape Juice

Do you want to really enjoy a nonalcoholic Kiddush wine? Not just on Passover, but on Shabbat, too? Forget sweet alcoholic wine, and get a bunch of these bad boys (I even included it in our Passover shopping list).

They’re absolutely delicious, they’re organic, Kosher (including for Passover), and contain 0 preservatives.

Plus, a portion of the company’s profits go towards a Jewish children’s foundation… so you get to participate in a charitable cause as a nice bonus.

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Kedem Concord Grape Juice

Kedem Concord Grape Juice

Do you know what’s funny? Kedem’s grape juice tastes MUCH better than Kedem’s sweet wine I mentioned earlier.

In fact, I’d much rather have their grape juice for Kiddush, and not taste their oh-my-Gosh-it’s-too-sweet wine!

Sorry, I went on a rant… back to the grape juice.

There’s a reason why their grape juice is so much more popular than their sweet wine. It just tastes good, and it’s not too sweet. That’s a great plus, especially when most Kosher for Passover drinks out there are notoriously sweet!

You’ve got to give the kids something on Passover, right?

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Welch’s Manischewitz Kosher Grape Juice

Welch's Manischewitz Kosher Grape Juice

Even though I’ve been critical of Manischewitz sweet wine, I can’t say the same about their grape juice.

I don’t know if it’s because of the collaboration with Welch’s, or because Kedem is a tough opponent in the Kosher for Passover grape juice market… all I know is they’re doing something right… because their grape juice is excellent!

0 preservatives, 0 coloring, 0 artificial ingredients.

At a boy, Manischewitz!

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Passover Wine Accessories

OK, that’s enough alcohol for you, mister (or missy!)!

It’s time to tone down the booze… let’s talk about something else, shall we?

Like – things we can use to decorate the BOOZE!

(Please don’t send me to AA, I swear I don’t have a drinking problem!)

These cute Passover wine accessories can decorate any Seder table and turn it from a “Meh, it was nice” to a “Man, I’m still hung over… and it’s been over 2 weeks now!”.

Spode Kiddush Cup

Spode Judaica Kiddush Cup

Does the name “Spode” ring a bell?

It should…

If you’ve ever attended a Passover Seder – odds are you’ve seen their signature Seder plate before. They’re everywhere (heck, I won’t be surprised if you have one in your own kitchen too)!

Well, now you can combine it with a matching Spode Kiddush cup – and form a mighty “Spode Set”.

You can use it as the main Kiddush cup for the Passover Seder, or even as Elijah’s cup (the fifth cup we fill on Pesach for Elijah the prophet).

Plus, the good thing about Spode’s Kiddush cup, is that unlike the Seder plate – you can continue using it on Shabbat… EVERY. SINGLE. WEEK.

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Disposable Wine Kiddush Cups

Disposable Kiddush Wine Cups

You’ve got the main Kiddush cup taken care of… what about your guests? Don’t they deserve to get drunk to enjoy their Kiddush wine too?

You’re the Seder host this year! And as the Seder host – it’s your responsibility to:

  1. Get enough wine
  2. Get enough Kiddush cups

Enough wine? I think the amount of wine in this article alone is enough to host the entire country… so no problem there.

What about enough Kiddush cups? Well, if you’re preparing a huge Passover Seder, this might be a little tricky.

If you’re not too excited spending your monthly salary on tens of Kiddush cups, you can get these cute disposable wine Kiddush cups.

They’re smaller, cheaper and don’t require any cleaning whatsoever. Believe me – after all those hours spent cleaning for Pesach, that alone is worth it!

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10 Plagues Wine Glass Decor

10 Plagues Wine Glass Decor

Pesach is the only time of the year where putting plagues on your guest’s wine glasses is considered a good idea. Any other time? It’s considered rude, and quite weird to be frank.

Besides, it would be nice to rub it in the Pharaoh’s face one last time!

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Funny Passover Wine Bottle Labels

Funny Passover Wine Bottle Labels

We decorated the wine glasses… how about the wine bottles? Don’t they deserve any fancy decorations?

Well, that depends: are you getting a fancy $200 bottle of wine you’d like your guests to appreciate? Or are you getting a slightly cheaper one, that you wouldn’t exactly mind covering up the label… if you know what I mean 🙂

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Conclusion

“Wine gladdens the heart of man” – Psalm 104:15

How about now… drunk yet?

You probably are… except now you’re eagerly waiting for your delicious Kosher for Passover wine to arrive 🍷.

Jewish people are used to drinking wine every Shabbat, every holiday, every special occasion.

But Passover is different…

On Passover, we don’t just drink wine like any other Jewish holiday. We drink at least 4 cups of wine during the Seder feast… and usually more during the meal itself.

We drink because we canWe’re no longer slaves, and we’re here to do L’chayim and prove it!

But remember kids: do not drink too much. That’s naughty! If you misbehave, I’ll have to write a letter to your parents and it’ll go on your permanent record.

Just kidding…

Happy Passover everyone 🙂

Kosher For Passover Wine Large

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