Where can I get wine for Communion, and how do I know that it is Kosher wine?
The three options below are for believers in the US only:
1. If you go to wine.com and search for “Kosher”, it will bring up a list of Kosher wines that can be used for Communion. https://www.wine.com/search/Kosher/124
2. If you go to kosherwine.com, it will bring up Kosher wines that can be used for Communion. https://www.kosherwine.com/
3. Another way is to call a local Kroger, Meijer, or Walgreens and ask if they have Kosher wine. Most will have a wine that is Kosher.
Unfortunately, wine is very difficult to ship. If you live outside of the USA, you can check your local markets, or ask a local church for Communion wine.
*A way to see if a wine is Kosher is by looking for kosher certification symbols. One of the most common symbols looks like a 'U' inside a circle, showing that it's certified by ‘Union of Orthodox Rabbis.’ Other certification symbols include a 'K' inside a circle or a 'K' inside a star. A ‘cRc’ stamp or a Hebrew ‘רכש’ stamp are also indicators that the wine is kosher.
*A popular wine for Communion is a wine called Mogen David Concord.
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