The wines offered by Liquid Kosher and through The Cellar kosher wine club have been hand-selected by our kosher sommelier, Andrew Breskin. These wines are selected based upon their merit, so you can rest assured you are receiving quality shipments of delicious varietals. We stand behind the kosher wines that we select to sell, which means you can sit back, relax and just enjoy a beautiful glass of wine.

Domaine Roses Camille

Pomerol, France

Domaine Roses Camille is a family owned winery located in Pomerol, on Bordeaux’s Right Bank. It holds the distinction of being the only fully kosher estate in Bordeaux, producing acclaimed Grand Vin wines as kosher, for both kosher and standard markets around the world.

Structured to age but designed to drink, these wines are the cornerstone of any serious wine collection. Nestled amongst knotty, ancient Merlot vines, the Domaine strives to harness the natural expression of the vineyard with minimal intervention. Winemaker Christophe Bardeau is single minded in his pursuit of making wines that reflect the splendor and grace of his family’s vineyards, with their unique heirloom Merlot varietals and rich, blue clay soils. Christophe embraces the diversity of each vintage year’s strengths and weaknesses, and produced wines that carry the personalities and attributes of place and time.

Yaacov Oryah Wines


Ya’acov Oryah is an experienced and inventive winemaker currently serving as the head winemaker for several important commercial wineries in Israel. Ya’acov Oryah owns his own private eponymous winery, where he experiments to satisfy his natural curiosity. Ya’acov’s passion is to tell the whole story of the grape, from A to Z (or from Alpha to Omega, referencing one of his many expressions of winemaking styles). With a serious passion for all things white wine, Ya’acov is setting the trend and establishing Israel as the premier region for complex and diverse white wines, across numerous varietals and winemaking styles. His red blends and dessert wines are equally exciting, perfectly balanced wines, with a true Mediterranean character. All in all, Ya’acov Oryah has become among the most sought after winemakers in Israel. Liquid Kosher is proud to feature these limited production, highly desirable wines.

Domaine Chantal Lescure

Nuits-Saint-Georges, France

The wines of Domaine Chantal Lescure are expressive, with powerful yet delicate tannins. They require several years of aging to reveal their numerous qualities. Domaine Chantal Lescure is a family owned winery founded in 1975. The winery owns 18 hectares of vineyards from Chambolle-Musigny in the Côte de Nuits to Meursault in the Côte de Beaune. Winemaker François Chavériat fell in love with the vineyards while working as a consultant for Chantal in the 1990s. After her passing, the family felt Francois would be the most qualified to carry on her legacy of preserving Burgundy’s authentic heritage. François has been in charge since 1996, where he has been passionate about the Domaine’s preservation of its unique ancient vineyards. Today, the whole domaine is certified organic. Produced from vigorous old vines, the wines of Domaine Chantal Lescure express a true sense of place, as well as the passion of their caretakers. They require several years of aging to reveal their numerous qualities.

Timbre Winery

Santa Maria, California

Focusing on one or two small lots of kosher wine per vintage, Joshua Klapper has produced some of the most balanced and inviting California kosher wines we’ve experienced. Joshua Klapper was a restaurant sommelier at the top of his professional career, when he fell in love with winemaking and moved to the Central Coast of California. As a traditionalist, he was immediately drawn to the high quality Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in that region, that harkened to the beloved wines of Burgundy he knew so well. Looking for more of a challenge, Josh started producing classic Bordeaux varietals as well, such as Cabernet and Merlot, under his label known as La Fenetre. Eventually, at the suggestion of his father, he began to experiment with the production of kosher wine, which was another challenge in and of itself. To us, the impressive result of this journey speaks for itself, and Liquid Kosher is proud to feature these wines, exclusively for Cellar Club members.

Itay Lahat Wines

Western Galilee, Israel

Itay has been a major behind the scenes player in the Israeli wine industry for over 20 years. After working at renowned wineries in Australia and France, Itay became the winemaker and viticulturist at Barkan Winery . Eventually, he left to consult for dozens of notable brands within Israel, with the purpose of helping their quality be on par with international standards. Itay also teaches winemaking at three different universities. With his passion for the terroir of Israel, specifically the Western Galilee region,  Itay felt it was finally time to channel his passion for Rhone varietals into a winery under his own name. And while many of the cult/garagiste wines in Israel are not kosher, we are fortunate that these inaugural releases were in fact produced under kosher supervision. These wines are all small production, highly sought after wines, and are all extremely well regarded amongst the Israeli [non-kosher] wine press.

Domaine J-P Marchand

Gevrey Chambertin, Burgundy

This Domaine is the newest producer of kosher Pinot Noir, but not new to the region, where they have been active for generations. Jean-Philippe Marchand has taken the charge of kosher winemaking to a new level by creating the kosher blends  in their own space, where they can receive all the attention they deserve without the complications from adjacent non kosher winemaking. The only thing more impressive than this dedicated kosher facility were the wines themselves. The Volnay is a delicate, feminine wine that had a deceiving pale color, which revealed lovely aromatics and structure. The next wine was from the village of Nuits-St. Georges. It’s from a single vineyard held by the Marchand family for generations, which is actually shares a border with the highest ranked appellation of Vosne Romanee.  The final reveal of this visit was an old vines blend from the famous village of Gevrey-Chambertin.  These wines are a must for the cellar of a Burgundy collector.