Have you ever wondered which is the most expensive kosher wine in the world? Wine lovers and collectors around the world are constantly looking for new, bolder and rarer experiences to be poured into their glasses. Nowadays, even if you are a kashrut abiding Jew and thanks to the ever increasing demand of consumers, you can explore the vast universe of high-end kosher vino without feeling that you’re missing out on something. Kosher, kosher for Passover, mevushal… this countdown takes into account the whole range of the alcoholic drink and focuses on the costliest ones available.
Regardless of your faith, if you are a wine enthusiast you will surely enjoy our list on the 10 most expensive wines in the world.
Are you curious about the most expensive kosher wine in the world? Let’s pour a glass of mevushal and take a look at the countdown.
10. Chateau Pontet Canet 2002 Double Magnum
This expensive bottle of dry red wine costs around $675 and contains 3 liters of French Passover-approved kosher wine. Supervised by the Orthodox Union, the Chateau Pontet Canet 2002 Double Magnum contains an alcoholic volume of 14% and is suggested to pair with grilled meats and deeply flavored courses.
9. Yarden Katzrin Red 1993
The Yarden Katzrin Red 1993 comes from the Golan Heights winery in Israel, under the supervision of R’ D. Oierbach. A bottle of this 1993 dry red can be obtained for approximately $750. Fruity, full bodied and with notes of honey and tobacco the Yarden Katzrin Red 1993 is great to accompany a great Passover meal.