Kosher winemakers and longtime Jewish growers in California face fire and drought due to global warming
Ban the sticky sweet kosher wines this Passover — and reach for the world’s most versatile wine instead.
Of the two kosher wineries in the Northern California wine country affected by the wildfires, one sustained serious damage and one was largely spared.
When winemaker Jeff Morgan of Covenant Winery read a piece in the Forward making the case against kosher wine, he decided to weight in.
Roving jazz musician, Jeff Morgan fell in love with wine while performing in Monte Carlo. Years later, he’s opening Berkeley’s first kosher winery.