Kosher Wines Reappear in Germany

Issue: February 28, 1998

February 28, 1998 Kosher Wines Reappear in Germany Kosher wines are being made in Germany for the first time since the Nazi regime. Gunter Schenkel, owner of the Schenkel winery in the small village of Schwabenheim, in the Rheinhessen region, began marketing a Dornfelder and Rivaner (red and white, respectively) this year.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands February 28, 1998.

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