Cuvee Chabad label.jpgIn 2006, when  Rabbi Elchonon Tenenbaum arrived in the Napa Valley from Crown Heights, Brooklyn, he discovered a sea of grapevines covering the valley floor and hillsides of this famous wine region. The question wasn't if—but how soon—he would get involved. With Hashems blessings he soon found himself immersed in winemaking and viticulture. 

After several years toiling among the vines and learning from local Napa winemakers, Rabbi Elchonon is proud to release  Cuvée Chabad, a wine meant to honor Yiddishkeit and tradition, as well as the renowned organization that opens doors to a Jewish life for Jews throughout the world. To order follow this link 

Cuvée Chabad 2011 Zinfandel is a fruity, full bodied, dry red wine made from grapes grown in a single vineyard in Lodi, where Zinfandel has been planted for more than 150 years. (The Lodi winegrowing region is a short drive to the east of Napa.) Working in tandem with Covenant Wines, the Rabbi has produced a wine that is plush, juicy and easy to drink. It is a high-quality expression of place, purpose and faith. As such, it will make a perfect companion for any special occasion. 

Only 101 cases of Cuvée Chabad 2011 were produced; and they will sell out quickly. If you would like to purchase the wine, please go to

Wine is sold in 6-bottle or 12-bottle (case) quantities at $36/bottle. Six bottles cost $216 + shipping and handling. Case purchases (12 bottles) is $432 and shipped 2nd day air, free of charge anywhere in the continental U.S. 
Please note that Cuvée Chabad is available only from Chabad of Napa Valley at this price.

Proceeds of sales fund Chabad of Napa Valley’s programming and activities.

Rabbi Elchonon Tenenbaum - Chabad of Napa Valley 
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