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November 03, 1989 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-03

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srael may be tiny in com-
parison to other major
wine producing countries
but it's hard to beat for the
very best and newest of these
luxury beverages.
Maybe it's because the land
has a long winemaking his-
tory (experts say that Canaan
was among the earliest coun-
tries to enjoy wine). Modern
wine history in Palestine
began in 1870, with the
planting of a vineyard at
Mikveh, part of the first
agricultural school. In 1957,
the Israeli Wine Institute was
established at Rehovot, for
research and quality testing,
and lately, Israeli wines have
been winning prizes at inter-
national competitions. The
annual production is now
more than 11 million U.S.
gallons per year, the bulk be-
ing exported to the United
States and Britain, and smal-
ler quantities to 26 other
countries.
Competition is tough in the
world wine market. Israel is
now reaching out beyond the
Jewish world, for kosher prod-
ucts are preferred by many
non-Jews who want a guaran-
tee of purity as well as high
quality. So, how does Israel
stay one step ahead? Accord-
ing to Aryeh Anderson, sales
manager at Rosenberg's Blue
Star Wine Company in
Philadelphia, "Israeli kosher
wines sales to the younger
generation have skyrocketed
because of the consistently
high quality. For the obser-
vant, they can enjoy an ex-
cellent wine as good as any
French wine, and keep
kosher, too." Anderson notes
that although Rosenbergs
stocks over 200 kosher wines,
including those from Cali-
fornia and France, Israeli
wineries are constantly ad-
ding more varieties to
accommodate changing
tastes.
Here's a preview of some
Israel wines making their
debut on market shelves with
recipes enhanced by a "bit of
the grape." If you don't see
these wines in your liquor
market, ask for them by
name.
Yarden Golan-Gamla Win-
eries: The company that plac.
ed Israel on the international
wine map has just introduced
four new wines. Three are
part of the Yarden "Marlow"
series and are Port Blanc,
Sauvignon Blanc, and Late
Harvest (a rich dessert wine).

The fourth, Golan Nouveau,
is part of the Golan series and
is a fresh, young red, styled
after the French Beaujolais.
Carmel Wines: The com-
pany has just installed brand
new production units and new
rootstocks have been intro-
duced. This has resulted in
two more varieties: Chardon-
nay, a sophisticated dry white
wine with crisp flavor, and
White Zinfandel, a seductive
blush wine with light, flowery
bouquet. Soon to be released
is Kedem, a fine 20-year-old
dessert wine which has been
nurtured inbakwood barrels.
A limited quantity of this
wine will be sold in elegant
bottles, making an excellent
gift.
Elias Binyamina Ltd.: The
labels on the wine bottles are
reproductions of paintings by
Nahum Gutman, the famous
Israeli artist. Under the new
Renaissance label are Cab-
ernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon
Blanc and Emerald Reisling.
W.E.S.T. Wine And Spirits
Trade Ltd.: Watch for their
wines after Passover. Top-of-
the-line items include Emer-
ald Reisling, Ruby Cabernet
and Sauvignon Blanc.
Before cooking with wine,
here are some pointers for
best results:
• The wine used in cooking
should always be as good as
the wine you drink.
• Never use a "cooking
wine." These products, avail-
able in every sueprmarket are
happily losing favor and with
good reason. Most contain a
very small amount of wine
and large amounts of salt,
flavorings and seasonings.
• The alcohol evaporates in
cooking and only the flavor is
left.
• Wine may be used in all

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