Mud House develops kosher wine

Mud House develops kosher wine

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Ian Proudfoot

Global Head of Agribusiness, Partner - Audit

KPMG in New Zealand


[25 November, Tessa Nicholson, New Zealand Winegrower]

Mud House Wines have produced their first kosher Sauvignon Blanc which is already selling in Israel. The company report that there is a growing market for kosher wine globally so tapping into this is an important strategy. The wine is made the same as standard wine but requires a Rabbi on site during production and that the wine must be handled by ‘’Sabbath-observant Jews’’ throughout. Around 15,000 bottles of kosher wine were produced, and the company will look at producing different varieties of kosher wines.

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