by: Victoria Prever
If you do not know your Sauvignon from your Shiraz, you may feel nothing but panic when faced with a wall of wine in the supermarket or off-licence. With the gift-giving season almost upon us, many of us will be looking for kosher wines to give the wine drinker in our lives or to take to as a gift for your hosts when invited to a Chanukah bash. I asked Benjamin Gestetner of Kedem Europe for his expert opinion. He gave us his top 10 picks. "I've chosen wine that are a bit special; either new on the market or a little bit different," he says.
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Published By: The Jewish Chronicle