Jwines now highlighting >its seder selections

Jwines now highlighting >its seder selections

Jwines is currently promoting its selection of red, mevushal and non-mevushal, kosher wines as an ideal choice for the Passover seder. The retailer, available online at http://www.Jwines.com, carries hundreds of bottles in its online catalog, and all the wines are certified kosher for Passover.

“This Passover, we’re encouraging our customers to take advantage of our selection of high-quality wines for the Pesach seder. At Jwines, we want our shoppers to free themselves from the wines of affliction this year and celebrate the holiday with a delicious, high-end wine. We’re even offering discounted prices on some of our most popular Passover wines so that those who buy early can save even more on their purchase,” said David Perelman, CEO of Jwines.

Jwines wants its customers to drink delicious wine that is truly fit for a king. The company has an array of red wines that will help shoppers celebrate the holiday.

For those who prefer Cabernet Sauvignon, Jwines offers the Yarden Cabernet Sauvignon from 2009. The wine boasts aromas of blackberry, cherry, cassis, and plum combined with oak, vanilla, and nuances of spice and tar. Certified kosher wine by OK, this wine is discounted for Passover to only $26.99 per bottle and can be purchased by the case for just $323.88.

Also available for Passover at only $17.99, is the Binyamina Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, bottled in 2010. This dry wine features a nose of black raspberry, cassis, and hints of roasted coffee beans and mint. Drinkers will taste layers of blackberry, cassis, and toasted almond. Shoppers can also save when buying in bulk as Jwines is offering this wine for only $215.88 for a case of 12 bottles.

Customers who are looking for a blended wine can purchase the Castel Grand Vin. The blend features a majority of Cabernet Sauvignon, along with Merlot, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc, and Malbec. The wine is full-bodied and features tasting notes of currants, cherries, plums, spices, and a hint of cedar. Consumers can get this kosher wine for Passover for only $58.99, and buy a case for $707.88.

For the remaining Passover meals, Jwines offers shoppers reds, whites, and pinks from popular producers such as Baron Herzog and Bartenura. Israeli wines like those from Yogev are available as well, and the retailer has Passover wines in stock featuring a variety of tastes so shoppers can easily find something for every meal.

To view Jwines’ full selection of wines for the seder, customers can visit its website at http://www.Jwines.com. The retailer also encourages shoppers who are unsure about which wine to purchase to call them at (800) 269-0604 for a personalized wine recommendation. The kosher wine store can be Liked on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/JwinesOnline or followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/JwinesOnline, and it blogs about buying Passover wines online at http://www.Jwines.com/blog.