A sweet wine with a pleasant mouth feel and a smooth aftertaste. A smooth fruity wine with plenty of grape flavor and a subtle aroma of confectionery flavors.
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Every step of the Manischewitz winemaking process is 100% Kosher, and certified by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. From the crushing of the grape to the final bottling, the entire process is completed under strict rabbinical supervision and is handled only by learned and reliable Mashgichim.
Additionally, all Manischewitz Wines are mevushal, so they maintain the Kosher certification no matter who opens or pours the wine. Once again, the pasteurization, fermentation, and bottling are all done under the strict supervision of the Mashgichim.
The respected Kosher designations honor each and every bottle of Manischewitz Wine. The OU designation can be found on all Kosher wine, and the OUP designation is used to certify all Kosher for Passover wine.
The strict Kosher process ensures that all Manischewitz wines will satisfy not only your demand for purity and quality, but also your desire to uphold the laws of Kashruth.
Manischewitz® is a name steeped in tradition, and our commitment to tradition is reflected in our work and our wine. For over 60 years, Manischewitz has provided high quality Kosher wines, and has been an integral part of family gatherings and holiday celebrations for generations.
In 1987, Manischewitz wine was purchased from the Monarch Wine Company in Brooklyn, NY, and became part of the Centerra Wine Company portfolio. Manischewitz is currently produced at Widmer Wine Cellars in Naples, NY, where all Manischewitz wines are certified Kosher and produced under the supervision of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America.
Manischewitz continues to be the #1 Kosher wine brand in America, and offers an extensive product line that includes a variety of flavors and sizes. As always, the brand remains committed to providing quality Kosher wine that makes the Manischewitz name synonymous with tradition.