On Monday, February 23rd 2009, Royal Wine will again host the gala "Kosher Food & Wine Experience" for the third time in as many years.
Due to the large response last year numbering over 700 guests, the venue has moved this year to the expansive Metropolitan Pavilion. Located on 125 West 18th St between 6th and 7th Ave in Manhattan, the organizers are hoping for their biggest and best show ever.
Kosher food under Kehillath Kashruth supervision and wine tasting supervised by Rabbi Chaim Serebranski.
It is no secret that kosher wines have catapulted into the upper echelons of wine appreciation. This after years of kosher wine being relegated to the basement, identified as sweet and syrupy concoctions.
Through eight generations of crafted winemaking, the Herzog Family and Royal Wine changed perceptions having worked to shape a new image, reflecting the current trend to produce and import high-end quality kosher wines
The leading wine critics agree evidenced by lavished praise from such prestigious publications as The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, New York Times, LA Times, Daily News, NY Post and Newsday. So do the Trade Publications including Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate, Wine Enthusiast and Wine Spectator.
Now, there is a unique opportunity to celebrate, kosher varietals as Royal hosts their third annual "Kosher Food & Wine Experience" featuring over 200 wines for the tasting, from countries all around the world, it is akin to a virtual tour of kosher wines, worldwide. .
Attending this year will be Israel's illustrious wine critic Daniel Rogov who will be signing copies of his newly released 2009 Guide to Israeli Wines. He will be joined by Mark Squires, senior wine critic at Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate and considered by most wine lovers to be Americaï¿½s premier wine publication.
Mark will conduct a wine seminar that promises to be a highlight at the event.
The star attraction, undoubtedly, features the brand new Generation VIII sourced from the upscale grapes of To Kalon and Haystack vineyards in Napa County, California.
There will be a full program including a perennially popular wine lecture by Director of Fine Wine Education ?" Jay Buchsbaum .An array of wines available from 4 continents, 10 countries, from Bordeaux to Israel makes this ï¿½experiencesï¿½ a wine loverï¿½s paradise.
A rare wine auction will feature with proceeds benefiting the bereaved families affected by the tragedy in Mumbai.
The Food spread, paraded by Schickï¿½s catering, promises to be a veritable feast.
Entry to the Public will commence at 6:30 pm and admission will be $100 per single and $87.50 each for two or more simultaneous purchase of tickets
Donï¿½t be left out, but reserve right away due to the tendency of this happening to sell out.
ORDER TICKETS ONLINE NOW See the upcoming events or by calling 1-888-710-2439