Today, a wide variety of kosher wines of different varietals are available from wine regions around the world. Kosher Prosecco, a light, affordable and fun sparkling wine from the northern Veneto region of Italy, is increasingly popular. Another advantage to kosher wines in that they are suitable for vegans, as animal-derived ingredients are never used.
There are so many decadent restaurants in New York City that it can be overwhelming to make a reservation on any old evening. Valentine’s Day means even more pressure to find the right spot for a romantic, delicious, and memorable meal. These excellent choices will impress your date…and if that date is a friend,... Read More
From the rise of the Medici family in the 15th century, the wines from the hilly Chianti countryside, just south of Florence, have been prized. In 1967, Chianti was awarded DOC (Denominazione di origine) status, which protects the name of a product by specifying a specific region, process, and ingredients. For Chianti, the DOC required... Read More
Prosecco is easy-to-drink Italian bubbly with a friendly price tag…it’s also much more fascinating and complex than it gets credit for.
There’s nobody better to teach us about Beaujolais Nouveau than Duboeuf. Duboeuf’s family company brought the first Beaujolais Nouveau to the Unites States in the 1980’s, and this season we’re celebrating an exciting new launch: the first ever Beaujolais Nouveau Rose has arrived.
Alsatian wine is incredibly crowd-pleasing and especially food friendly. Acidity, minerality, and complex structure make the region’s wines excellent choices for serving with your Thanksgiving dinner.
Buying olive oil can be daunting, even for its fans. Which so much fraud, how can we know if any one bottle is the real deal? Should we choose a bottle from California, or Europe, or elsewhere? Here’s where to start.
From Tuscany to Napa, autumn means it’s time for the grape harvest. By now, the harvest is underway—and in some places, it’s already finished. Old and new world growers and winemakers throughout the northern hemisphere expressed optimism about the quality and quantity of this year’s crop. Our producers and partners weigh in on the state... Read More
Yakitori, or Japanese meat on a stick, is one of those dishes that’s really hard not to love. Traditionally, yakitori refers to grilled chicken, but we’ve been seeing everything from pork jowls to scallops to chicken hearts get the yakitori treatment. It’s a simple, crave-able, and wonderful way to cook meat or veggies—just layer onto... Read More