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March 5, 2021

Publisher’s Note

 Dear Readers, It gives me great pride to present to you our inaugural Jewish Link Wine Guide, of which we are proudly distributing over 40,000

How Kosher Wine Survived 2020

There is no sugarcoating it. Last year was rough—the pandemic, the lockdowns, the resulting recession, and in some places civil unrest, rising crime and violence,

Wineries of the Year

The Jewish Link Wine Guide judges had the privilege of tasting and rating many excellent wines over the last few months. When the scores were

The Great Bruts

The 10 best dry kosher sparklers,  plus five budget wines affordable for any occasion During the past few years one of the major news stories—and

Top 25 Reds $50 and Over

1 Château Cantenac Brown Château Cantenac Brown 2018 2 Château Fontenil Château Fontenil 2018 3 Psagot Peak 2017 4 Covenant Israel Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 5

Top 25 Reds $25-$50

1 Gush Etzion Lone Oak Cabernet Sauvignon 2017 2 Galil Mountain Winery Yarden Cabernet Sauvignon 2017 3 Dalton Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2017 4 Gva’ot Merlot

Top 25 Reds Under $25

1 Dalton Alma Crimson BDX Blend 2017 2 La Forêt Blanche Talpiot 2017 3 Vignobles David Le Mourre de Isle Côtes du Rhône 2016 4

Top 25 Whites

1 Covenant Chardonnay Lavan 2018 2 Engel Chardonnay 2018 3 Domaine Jean-Pierre Bailly Pouilly Fumé 2018 4 Carmel Kayoumi Riesling 2017 5 Shiloh Sauvignon Blanc

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