Passover and Easter have at least one thing in common: Both are celebrated with traditional spring feasts that are (hopefully) accompanied by good wine.
Passover Seder Supersweet Manischewitz is far from the only wine choice, since elegant kosher reds and whites are being made all over the world, from Israel to Italy. In fact, flash pasteurization, now used by some kosher winemakers, may also enhance a wine's body and aromas. Château de Beaucastel, the great estate in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, France, actually uses a process that is related to flash pasteurization, not in order to make its wines kosher but simply to make them more delicious.
Easter Dinner The two most common dishes served at a traditional Easter dinner, lamb and ham, both pair quite well with a wide variety of winesred, white and even rosé.