Shofar So Good

Out with the old and in with the new! The apple may not be dropping in Times Square, but it’s definitely dropping into bowls of honey as Jews around the world celebrate Rosh Hashanah. This Jewish New Year celebration starts the year 5779, and offers plenty of opportunity for entertaining. Have the chutzpah to put a spin on tradition; your mishpocha will thank you for it!
Grown in the Galilee

Grown in the Galilee

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Make your Kiddush sparkle with an Israeli sparkler! Our judges called the 2009 Blanc de Blancs Sparkling Wine a vivacious and extroverted Blanc de Blanc with sprightly acidity and an attractive, svelte finish…svelte is definitely a good way to start a big meal.
If you're hosting lunch, why not pair it with Bailoni Original Gold Apricot Brandy for a fun take on a bellini.

Honey, Please!

Honey, Please!

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Turn apple dipping into apple sipping with honey wine. Traditional meads like HoneyMaker Semi-Sweet are great options for light dishes or appetizer courses. Pair it with gefilte fish for a sweet and savory combo.

Artisanal Apples!

Artisanal Apples!

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What's Rosh Hashanah without apples, right? Strongbow Artisanal Blend Hard Cider is an earthy brew that pairs fantastically with lighter grilled meats and fish— or you can always braise your brisket in it!

Straight from the Holy Land

Straight from the Holy Land

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Pair dinner with a festive twist on a Bees Knees cocktail made with Isreali gin. Levantine Gin is made with botanicals hand sourced from Tel Aviv's Levinsky Market and comes from Israel's first whisky distillery, The Milk and Honey. Garnish with pomegranate seeds and toast to a sweet new year, L'Shana Tovah!

Shana Tovah Bees Knees:

2 oz Levantine Gin
.75 oz Honey Syrup
.75 oz Fresh Squeezed Lemon Juice

Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with fresh pomegranate arils.


Honey Syrup:

Thoroughly mix equal parts honey and hot water. Chill to room temperature or refrigerate.

Grown in the Galilee
Honey, Please!
Artisanal Apples!
Straight from the Holy Land
Shofar So Good
Out with the old and in with the new! The apple may not be dropping in Times Square, but it’s definitely dropping into bowls of honey as Jews around the world celebrate Rosh Hashanah. This Jewish New Year celebration starts the year 5779, and offers plenty of opportunity for entertaining. Have the chutzpah to put a spin on tradition; your mishpocha will thank you for it!

Grown in the Galilee

Grown in the Galilee
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
Make your Kiddush sparkle with an Israeli sparkler! Our judges called the 2009 Blanc de Blancs Sparkling Wine a vivacious and extroverted Blanc de Blanc with sprightly acidity and an attractive, svelte finish…svelte is definitely a good way to start a big meal.
If you're hosting lunch, why not pair it with Bailoni Original Gold Apricot Brandy for a fun take on a bellini.

Honey, Please!

Honey, Please!
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
Turn apple dipping into apple sipping with honey wine. Traditional meads like HoneyMaker Semi-Sweet are great options for light dishes or appetizer courses. Pair it with gefilte fish for a sweet and savory combo.

Artisanal Apples!

Artisanal Apples!
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
What's Rosh Hashanah without apples, right? Strongbow Artisanal Blend Hard Cider is an earthy brew that pairs fantastically with lighter grilled meats and fish— or you can always braise your brisket in it!

Straight from the Holy Land

Straight from the Holy Land
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
Pair dinner with a festive twist on a Bees Knees cocktail made with Isreali gin. Levantine Gin is made with botanicals hand sourced from Tel Aviv's Levinsky Market and comes from Israel's first whisky distillery, The Milk and Honey. Garnish with pomegranate seeds and toast to a sweet new year, L'Shana Tovah!

Shana Tovah Bees Knees:

2 oz Levantine Gin
.75 oz Honey Syrup
.75 oz Fresh Squeezed Lemon Juice

Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with fresh pomegranate arils.


Honey Syrup:

Thoroughly mix equal parts honey and hot water. Chill to room temperature or refrigerate.