18th annual kosher-wine event highlights new offerings 

An industry event drives wine trends for Passover 2024 and beyond.

Royal Wine Corp, the largest producer of premier kosher wines and spirits kicks off the 18th Annual Kosher Food & Wine Experience (KFWE) on Monday, Feb. 26, from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., where it continues to be a leading key influencer in Passover wine trends.

This year the Kosher Food & Wine Experience 2024 NY (KFWE) is relocating to New Jersey where it will highlight top-notch wines and spirits, exclusively open to members of the trade and media. Nearly 1,000 kosher wines, and a plethora of spirits including whiskies, bourbons, vodkas, tequilas, rum, gin, and cordials will be on hand for sampling and tasting.

“At Royal Wine Corp we continue to support the wineries in Israel, which are among some of the top-rated wines in the world. To that end, this year KFWE will feature break-out sessions featuring wines from Israel, as well as separate sessions focused on new whiskeys and tequilas, and a look at the Herzog Wine portfolio from our Oxnard, Calif., winery,” says Gabriel Geller, the director of public relations at Royal Wine Corp.

“Our portfolio consists of world-class wines that happen to be kosher. In the past year alone hundreds of non-kosher restaurants have put selections of our portfolio on their lists because they recognize the quality and value of our wines,” adds Jay Buchsbaum, vice president of wine education at Royal Wine Corp.

Highlights of New Wines & Spirits Debuting at KFWE 2024:

Rocca delle Macie Chianti Classico, suggested retail price $25, world-famous winery producing kosher wine for the first time.

Lovatelli, a new line of fine and affordable Italian wines, including a Salento Primitivo, suggested retail price $17, and a Barbera d’Asti, suggested retail price $25, with soon a Nebbiolo, a Super Tuscan and two Vermouths.

Cantina Giuliano, a fully kosher boutique winery in Tuscany.

Many new wines from South Africa by ESSA and J Folk wineries (Chenin Blanc, Pinotage, Cabernet Sauvignon and more).

Spirits and great liquors and fruit brandies from Massenez in Alsace, France.

New kosher cognacs from DEAU and Roland Bru.

Bartenura – new flavored Moscatos in cans such as peach, lychee and blueberry.

Preview for Passover 2024:

 Château Dauzac Grand Cru Classé and Aurore de Dauzac Margaux ’21 

 Chateau Roubine Cru Classé Lion & Dragon Red

 Des Moisans Deau Cognac Privilege 

Herzog Lineage Momentus Rose

J de Villebois Sancerre Pinot Noir

Kamisa Winery – Galilee, Israel

Malbec du Clos Triguedina – Cahors 

Shamay Winery – Upper Galilee, Israel  

Carmel Black Cabernet Sauvignon – Galilee, Israel 

Brio de Château Cantenac Brown, Margaux 

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Largest manufacturer, importer and exporter of kosher wines and spirits. Founded in 1848, Royal Wine Corp.’s mission is to be the premier manufacturer, importer and distributor of specialty wines, spirits and liqueurs from around the world. The commitment to perfection and family tradition spans over eight generations and has experienced growth since its beginning. Royal’s portfolio of domestic and international wines ranges from traditional wine producing regions of France, Italy, and Spain to up and coming ones like Israel, New Zealand, and Argentina. Additionally, Royal Wine Corp.’s spirit and liqueur portfolio offer some of the most sought-after scotches, bourbons, tequilas and vodkas as well as hard to find specialty items such as flavored brandies and liqueurs. The company owns and operates the Kedem Winery in upstate New York, as well as Herzog Wine Cellars in Oxnard, California, a state-of-the-art-facility featuring guided wine tours, a fully staffed modern tasting room, gift shop and catering facilities. Additionally, the winery houses the award-winning restaurant Tierra Sur, serving the finest, Mediterranean-inspired, contemporary Californian Cuisine.
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