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Come Party With Me: Passover — Drinks

Wine plays an important part of the Passover dinner known as the Seder. According to the tradition of the Haggadah — the book you read throughout the meal — one is supposed to drink four glasses of wine, which should be kosher. Besides kosher wine, offer guests sparkling or still water. If you prefer to serve a signature cocktail — steer clear of alcohol made from grains — and use a plum brandy or potato vodka.

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To get the party started offer guests a glass of Pommery Brut Kosher Champagne NV ($59.95). It's light, fresh, and bubbly — just the thing to get people in the mood for a dinner party. With the first course salad or matzo ball soup, pour a kosher Chardonnay like Barkan Chardonnay Classic. This wine is bright and on sale for only $9.59. With the brisket expose guests to a less popular varietal like Rioja. Ramon Cardova Rioja ($12.99) is a well-bodied kosher red. Finally for dessert, pour a sweeter style Chenin Blanc. At $18.99 a bottle, Herzog Chenin Blanc Late Harvest is a lovely option.

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Jude-C Jude-C 8 years
Well, we were also drinking straight arak, now that I remember. That was probably what did it ;)
sonnabobble sonnabobble 8 years
very true jude.
Jude-C Jude-C 8 years
Believe me, without bread to soak it up, even wine hits a lot harder than normal...
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