Passover wine



noun

a kosher wine served for Passover; it must be made from a mold that has not been grown on bread (such as sugar or fruit) and must exclude preservatives like potassium sorbate
Examples

Where can I find a good selection of Kosher for Passover wine?
Word Origin

cooking

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