Fun fact: Champagne was often called the devil’s wine because of the bottle exploding or cork popping that occurred because of the inner pressure.
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An easy-to-make, festive and seasonal drink is just the ticket for ringing in the New Year in laid-back style.
“There’s always been kosher champagne,” says Aron Riter, founder of the Kosher Wine Society. “Well at least for the past 30 years,” he clarifies. But, kosher Prosecco, the north Italian interpretation of a sparkling white wine, has only come into light in the past five years, he adds. A more affordable and equally palatable alternative to the French Champagne, Prosecco is the perfect wine to mix into a sparkling cocktail or punch to celebrate this year’s Shabbat-New Years Eve duo.