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Wine and Cheese Tasting at Unionville Vineyards

Credits: courtesy photo
Credits: courtesy photo
Credits: courtesy photo

EAST AMWELL - Chabad of Hunterdon will host its second annual Wine & Cheese Tasting and Matzah Bakery on Sunday, April 2 at 5 p.m., at Unionville Vineyards here.

Wine connoisseur and wine pairing expert Alan Cooper, of Royal Wines, will be presenting the newest imported and domestic Kosher wines. There will also be a selection of all natural cheeses  to pair with the wine of your choice, provided by Natural & Kosher Cheese. 

The event will offer a chance for attendees to pre-order their Passover wine at a special discount, through Little Brothers Beverage Outlet. Available for purchase will be exquisite wines from many regions, including Israel, Italy, California, and more.

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The event, which will benefit the Chabad of Hunterdon County Community Passover Food Fund, will also feature a Do-It-Yourself matzah baking workshop, where everyone will have the chance to create and taste freshly baked matzah in an interactive workshop.

In addition to the Kosher wine available for order at the event, Chabad will also be offering hand baked Shmurah Matzah for purchase.

This event is for those 21 and older; the cost is $20 pre-registered, $25 at the door, and which includes wine and cheese tastings, matzah bakery, and exclusive opportunity to order select Kosher Passover wines.

For more information or to RSVP, call 908-238-9002 or visit

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