More premium offerings seen in kosher wine

03/21/2013 | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, Ill.)

Kosher wines, which have long had a reputation for being cheap, unrefined and syrupy, have made leaps and bounds in the past few years, as experienced Napa Valley vintners produce high-end bottles costing as much as $100. "I didn't know that our wines would be so well received in both the Jewish world and the non-Jewish world," Jeff Morgan, winemaker at Covenant. "That has been very gratifying because it's nice to know that the whole world realizes that kosher wine can also just be great wine."

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