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Fruit of the Vine: Israeli Fruit Wines Experience

Sunday, October 25, 2020 7 Cheshvan 5781

4:00 PM - 5:00 PMOn Zoom!

We have postponed this event until October. But please let Robin Santiago ( know of your interest so we can alert you when we have rescheduled!

Let's gather -- virtually -- for a toast to the end of summer! Join us to taste the newest generation of fruit wines -- ones without any grapes involved! Learn how an Israeli winery is taking nature's bounty of fruits, and even vegetables and herbs, to create fine Kosher wines and liqueurs. The hour will include tasting notes on a pre-selected offering of wines, descriptive presentation of the process of creating the wines and how they differ from traditional grape-based wines, and recipes for beverages and meals. (Not only does their range of flavors make them perfect for cooking, but they'll last longer in your fridge, too.)

Enjoy a socially-distant mini cocktail party, taste new flavors straight from Israel, and learn a few new recipes, all while benefiting the Anja Rosenberg Kosher Food Pantry at Jewish Family Services. Part of the proceeds will go to the Kosher Food Pantry and help those in need especially during the High Holiday Season!

Class on Fruit-based Wines: $10

Class on Fruit-based Wines and Three Top-selling Wines: $75
(passion fruit, pomegranate & lychee)

*Whether or not you want to try these non-grape wines, you can place a personal order and pay no shipping cost! Click here to check out the kosher wines scoring the highest in the Spring of 2020. PLUS, 5% of sales will be donated back to Beth El Temple! You'll pick up your personal order alongside your pre-selected bottles for the wine experience at Beth El Temple. Just use promo code BELRH2020 at checkout on, and use Beth El as the shipping address:

2626 Albany Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06117

Wines will be picked up at Beth El before the event.




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