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Chicago Tribune

Passover is a time when Jews around the world remember the deliverance of Israel from bondage in Egypt. A ritual dinner or seder has for millennia been central to Passover observances. Wine plays a major role in the seder, with four cups of wine drunk at various points in the meal.

 

Consider pouring a kosher-for-Passover wine from Spain at your seder. Kosher wine is a fledging but growing segment of the Spanish wine industry. Here in the United States, consumer interest in Spanish wine remains red-hot, thanks to the pleasant fact that Spanish winemakers tend to produce great stuff and sell it at affordable prices. There’s no reason to switch away from Spanish wines at Passover, especially if that means stepping back to the sweet Concord wines of old.

 

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