Interested in attending upcoming monthly texts-and-tasting events of Jewish Drinking in Cincinnati? The schedule is now out:
- July 12 – The Third-Century Kiddush Controversy and the Location of Kiddush [Facebook Event Page]
- August 2 – Drinking in the Mourning House [Facebook Event Page]
- September 13 – Drinking In/Out of Sukkot [Facebook Event Page]
For this series, the wines have been supplied by either the distributor, KosherWine.com, or the winery; the spirit has been supplied by the distiller, and the beers by the brewer/brewery. Here is a full listing:
- Twin Suns 2022 Buttery Chardonnay (courtesy of The River Wine)
- Twin Suns 2021 Pinot Noir (courtesy of The River Wine)
- Twin Suns 2021 Old Vine Zinfandel aged in sorghum whiskey barrels (courtesy of The River Wine)
- Anoche Reposado tequila (courtesy of The River Wine)
- Nevo 2018 Petit Verdot (courtesy of KosherWine.com)
- Nevo 2018 Blend (courtesy of KosherWine.com)
- Jezreel Valley Winery 2019 Alfa (courtesy of the winery)
- Hatch Brewery Baklava (courtesy of the brewery/brewer)
- Hatch Brewery Pizza Earth Theory (courtesy of the brewery/brewer)
- Mia Luce Winery 2020 Syrah & Stems (courtesy of KosherWine.com)
- Yaffo Winery 2018 Heritage (courtesy of KosherWine.com)
- Yotam 2020 Cuvée Vera (courtesy of KosherWine.com)
- M&H Distillery Levantine Oak-Aged Gin (courtesy of the distillery)
In addition to gaining fascinating insights into these Jewish practices, we will gather for a tasting, following which, attendees are welcome to share their tasting notes on-camera, which will become part of our tasting notes series.
While there is no charge to attend these events in Cincinnati, a suggested minimum donation of $18 is requested, which be made either by check to Jewish Drinking, or by PayPal.
Any questions? Feel free to email Drew [at] JewishDrinking.com.