by: Victoria Prever
IN HUMIDITY-CONTROLLED cellars, rows of wine-filled oak barrels sit, their beige wood dissected by thick, burgundy-coloured bands. Each container contains the 2015 vintage of Chateau Malartic Lagraviere, one of Bordeaux's top wine producers.
Several are wrapped in plastic film, sealed with thick strips of tape scrawled with Ivrit. the same tape is apparent on some of the shiny steel vats in which the 2017 vintage is just starting to ferment. This protects the kosher wine production from being tampered with.
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Published By: The Jewish Chronicle