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Rosh Hashana begins at sundown on Sunday, September 13th so happy Jewish New Year to one and all! For the holiday we have some tasty wines that are certified Kosher. Kosher wines are like any other wines except they are made by Sabbath Observant Jews and given the seal of approval of a Rabbi. They can be made around the world as long as those guidelines are followed and we have Kosher wines from Italy, Israel, Spain, France, Australia, New York and California. In this beautiful time of year may you all spend time on personal introspection and also celebrating with friends and family. And don’t forget to have a glass of wine with that! “L’Chaim!”Cheers!
-Bill the Wine Guy



Baron Herzog Cabernet Sauvignon Paso Robles 2012
The grapes for this very approachable Cabernet Sauvignon come mainly from the highly regarded Paso Robles appellation. Aged for 18 months in stainless steel to highlight its berry and plum notes, it finishes with fruity blackberry and spice flavors. It is light in the mouth with food-friendly acidity and tannin.



Baron Herzog Chenin Blanc Clarksburg 2014
baron-herzog-chenin-blanc-2013_WEB The wine has a fresh and round mouth feel with intense fruity notes of nectarine, gooseberry and pine with a bright, clean finish. It’s a versatile wine to enjoy with spicy ethnic foods from Chinese to Indian. Also great as an aperitif. Serve chilled.



Bartenura Moscato Provincia di Pavia 2014
Crisp and refreshing, semi-sweet, with lingering pear, tangerine, nectar and melon flavors on the finish. Serve with fresh fruit and for fun try some of the recommendations for drink mixing at this link:


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