Miami Florida Kosher Wine Tasting of Israeli wines in May – do not miss it!

As I have spoken about before – the Shomron Wine Region, is an up and coming region for things like Merlot, Pinot Noir, and some nice white wines as well. My good friend Elchonon is a passionate man with a passionate soul, is a true Shomron believer; the people, the land, and oh yes – the wine! The good news is that the wines he loves from the region that has found a way into his heart – happen to be very good wineries. The Gush Etzion Winery – is one I have written about a few times now. Along with the Gvaot Winery, Har Bracha Winery, Psagot Winery, Tura Winery, and the Shiloh Winery. All these wineries are so deeply connected to their roots and they almost all source their grapes from the Shomron wine region.

These are wineries that I have written about because much of their wines are very nice to great. So, if you have the chance to be in the Miami area on May 22, 2013 – make sure to NOT miss this unique and informative wine tasting. The wines you will enjoy are not the usual Herzog wines, Weinstock Wines, or other baseline options. Instead you will have a unique opportunity to taste some 30+ wines that you will be truly hard pressed to find at another wine tasting like it!

The tasting is part of a bigger Chinese Auction event for a very worthy cause in the Miami area – so check out the auction page and bid on some items, and come to enjoy the wines and meet Elchonon – he alone is worth the price of admission (just 36 dollars which includes a raffle tocket as well). The admission cost covers, the fantastic wine event, a gourmet buffet dinner, and the chance to enjoy the comedic antics of Mendy Pellin. So come to the event on May 22nd, at the Best Torah Ballroom in North Miami Beach and tell them that Elchonon’s friend sent you – I am sure you will have a blast!

Posted on April 25, 2013, in Food and drink, Israel, Israeli Wine, Kosher Dessert Wine, Kosher Red Wine, Kosher White Wine, Wine, Wine Tasting and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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