There are now eight wineries in a two-block area in West Berkeley, with four others just a few hundred feet away.
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Nosh’s Alix Wall will lead a discussion and wine tasting with three Bay Area winemakers Jan. 19.
Crush season means taking delivery of grapes, de-stemming and crushing them, by foot or machine, and getting the fermentation started.
At a dinner at Berkeley’s Covenant Wines, a new group of Jewish food professionals called the “Illuminoshi” sampled recipes from Joyce Goldstein’s new cookbook — they were impressed.
East Bay winemakers’ choices for Valentine’s Day imbibing run the gamut from bubbly to deep Zins, and to eat: anything from oysters to Girl Scout cookies!
Jodie and Jeff Morgan, owners of Berkeley’s Covenant Winery, have published a kosher cookbook with the added bonus of suggested wine pairings.
Covenant is making its first wine in Berkeley after moving from Napa — kosher, but not just for Jews says co-owner Jeff Morgan.
There aren’t many kosher wine makers, and Jeff Morgan’s Covenant, which is moving from Napa to Berkeley, is considered one of the best.