The word “covenant”, connotes a strong connection between those whoshare common history, experience and values. It is an age-old concept thatserves as a foundation for all civilization, and its significance is evident in theOld Testament stories of Abraham and Moses.Since those early days, the Jews have accorded wine an important role inspiritual practice, and as such, it merits a special respect. Indeed, the fruit ofthe vine connects us to our land, history and the longstanding bonds thatcome with friendship, family and tradition.Shared cultural heritage and a love of fine wine led to the partnership thatgave birth to Covenant Cabernet Sauvignon and RED C.Our wines come from grapes grown in two single Napa Valley vineyards,from which we strive to harness quality commensurate with the rich andprofound story of the Jewish people.
Jeff Morgan is a winemaker, author, journalist and wine educator. His articleshave appeared in such publications as The New York Times, Elle, Food &Wine, Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast.
Leslie Rudd is owner of Rudd Vineyards & Winery, located in the Oakvilleappellation of the Napa Valley. Leslie purchased the Oakville property in1996. In addition to managing Standard Beverage and the winery that bearshis name, he serves as Chairman of Dean & Deluca.
Check out an article in the New York Times, written by Samuel G. Freedman about the Covenant: Jews, G-d, and Wine