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The Kosher Food and Wine Experience

Grab your tickets to this amazing event now at a very special price (limited time offer)

Louisa Walters is Features Editor at the Jewish News and specialises in food and travel writing

L’Chaim! The UK’s largest kosher food and drink public extravaganza is back and is more fabulous than ever after its two-year break, say the organisers, Kedem Europe, the largest importers of kosher wines in the UK and beyond.

The Kosher Food and Wine Experience is being held in the historic ballroom at the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane on 21 June from 6.30 pm to 10.00 pm.

This is a wine tasting like no other and is held in London on one night only each year. There are over 240 wines from Israel, France, Italy, Spain and the UK. There is an amazing range of wines for guests to explore. Each year Kedem Europe works to bring wine and drinks lovers new experiences to maintain the freshness of the event for those who have joined them before and love to return. For newcomers to KFWE London, this event is a fantastic chance to meet the wine producers, learn the stories behind their wineries, and the history behind each bottle.

The tasting this year includes an exceptional selection of fine wines from Burgundy such as Chambolle Musigny from Domaine Philippe Le Hardi, and from Bordeaux Chateau Pontet Canet; Chateau Leyoville Poyferre; Chateau Lagrange and Chateau Lascombes. More than a dozen Israeli wineries will be present with their latest vintages, including boutique wineries Domaine Du Castel, Yatir Winery, Flam Winery, Five Stones, Jezreel, Matar By Pelter and Psagot.

On top of the unlimited wine tastings and whisky masterclass, there will be, as always, a legendary buffet by caterer Arieh Wagner. It wouldn’t be a kosher event without delicious food on offer and Arieh and his team will be serving up hot and cold dishes including turmeric-infused cauliflower with tahini, hummus and pomegranate seeds; Baba Ganoush with cashew nuts; beef carpaccio with truffle oil and fresh truffle; poke salmon and tuna; pulled beef arancini, a salt beef carvery and dairy free desserts including tiramisu, Eton mess and crème brulee.

Cooloo alcoholic ice-pops will be taking a stand, the perfect refresher for this KFWE – the first time the event has been held over the summer months – and there’s a cocktail bar with deliciously tasty concoctions created by top mixologists using Walders and Becerin liqueurs.

This is a fun and sociable event, in spacious and comfortable surroundings, ideal to enjoy with a group of friends as you increase your wine knowledge, and pin down the perfect wines to drink at home or at your next simcha. You can also find out more about the Refined Wine Club at the event. The Refined Wine Club offers a wine delivery experience like no other, with quarterly shipments of Kosher wines from across the globe, tasting notes, food pairing ideas and even wines not otherwise available anywhere.

KFWE have a very special, limited-time offer on tickets to this year’s Kosher Food and Wine Experience, London. If you buy two or more tickets, you can purchase them for £75.00 each – the price for a single ticket is £100, so this is really great value. Two tickets for £150 instead of £200! You have until Tuesday 14th June to take advantage of this special offer.

www.kfwelondon.com

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