11 Kosher-for-Passover Wines You’ll Actually Want to Drink — Passover

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No offense to our friends over at Manischewitz! We love making charoset with it, but the concord grape, Kosher-for-Passover wine can be cloyingly sweet on its own. And when you’re supposed to drink four cups of it during a seder (and probably many more throughout the rest of the week), that’s a lot of sweetness.

Instead, Rabbi Josh Franklin of Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley, Massachusetts, suggests opening a bottle of something else. “Opt for one of the many popular Israeli wines that have been breaking into the market,” he says.

Keep reading for his suggestions.

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