Metal Galvn Wine Tub with Robust and Rust Finish – Set of 3

Display your collection of wine in style with This Metal Galvn Wine Tub – Set of 3 is an ideal way to display your wide collection of exotic wines or other beverages. Ideal to be used for chilled beverages, it is designed keeping the comfort levels in mind. Created from high quality metal that is originated in India, this wine set will provide you with easy accessibility with its metallic handles on the sides. It has an ideal colored hues that add a hint of rustic ambience to the whole interior decor. Recommended to be used outdoors in case of a barbeque party or homely parties, it promises to grant you an ideal ly iced beverages at all times. It is available in 3 size variants – 8″ H x 15″ W x 12″ D, 10″ H x 19″ W x 16″ D, 11″ H x 23″ W x 18″ D.
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Question by MNL_1221: Question about wine, yeast, and Passover…?
I know that there’s wine at a Passover seder, and sometimes grape juice.

Now, I heard on TV one conservative Christian preacher speak against any uses of alcohol, including wine. He said that any reference to “wine” being drunk in the Bible by believers really meant “grape juice”. He said that they couldn’t have used real wine at Passover because God forbade any presence of yeast during Passover, and wine is fermented by yeast.

Yet I know there’s real wine at Passover seders.

Please explain this to me. Thank you.
The link provided by the first answerer contains a reference to yeast in wine:

“As grapes ripen on the vine, they can attract birds. The birds peck at the fruit to get at the sweet flesh. With the skin broken, the microscopic yeasts in the bloom – the haze you often see on grapes – attack. The wild yeasts convert the sugar in the grapes to alcohol and, voila, instant fermentation. Without the help of man, nature has begun the process of making wine.”
http://kosher-wine.com/history.shtml

Since a kind of yeast IS involved in creating wine, I wondered: is the forbidden yeast in Exodus 12 different from this microscopic yeast? Is it a different word? I looked at different translations from http://www.biblegateway.com

Exodus 12:15, New International Version (NIV)
15 For seven days you are to eat bread made without yeast. On the first day remove the yeast from your houses, for whoever eats anything with yeast in it from the first day through the seventh must be cut off from I
The link provided by the first answerer contains a reference to yeast in wine:

“As grapes ripen on the vine, they can attract birds. The birds peck at the fruit to get at the sweet flesh. With the skin broken, the microscopic yeasts in the bloom – the haze you often see on grapes – attack. The wild yeasts convert the sugar in the grapes to alcohol and, voila, instant fermentation. Without the help of man, nature has begun the process of making wine.”
http://kosher-wine.com/history.shtml

Since a kind of yeast IS involved in creating wine, I wondered: is the forbidden yeast in Exodus 12 different from this microscopic yeast? Is it a different word? I looked at different translations from http://www.biblegateway.com

Exodus 12:15, New International Version (NIV)
15 For seven days you are to eat bread made without yeast. On the first day remove the yeast from your houses, for whoever eats anything with yeast in it from the first day through the seventh must be cut off from I
Exodus 12:19-20 (NIV)
19 For seven days no yeast is to be found in your houses. And anyone, whether foreigner or native-born, who eats anything with yeast in it must be cut off from the community of Israel. 20 Eat nothing made with yeast. Wherever you live, you must eat unleavened bread."

Exodus 12:15, Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)
15 "'For seven days you are to eat matzah -- on the first day remove the leaven from your houses. For whoever eats hametz [leavened bread] from the first to the seventh day is to be cut off from Isra'el.

Exodus 12:19-20 (CJB)
19 During those seven days, no leaven is to be found in your houses. Whoever eats food with hametz in it is to be cut off from the community of Isra'el -- it doesn't matter whether he is a foreigner or a citizen of the land. 20 Eat nothing with hametz in it. Wherever you live, eat matzah.'"

So it seems that the Scripture refers specifically to hametz–that is, bread with yeast, or the kind of yeast one would add to bread. The people of
The people of Israel at that time wouldn’t even know about microscopic yeast, and wouldn’t be responsible for it, and perhaps God wasn’t referring to that kind of yeast. Does that sound right?

Best answer:

Answer by meonly
First of all when talking about passover doesn’t this have to do with jews not christians? As an orthodox jew I have passover seders every year where we drink 4 glasses of wine. The wine we drink clearly cannot contain any wheat products so therefore fermenting yeast is not used. The jewish people have been doing this for generations and I believe we know what we are doing.
We also have different rules regarding the making of wine as we use no animal bladders as filters and use a clay product bentonite to attract particles and drive them to the bottom of the barrel instead of gelatin or other animal products . so while this person may have been right on the no wheat yeast aspect that is not how kosher for passover wine is made. for more info on kosher wine this may be helpful. it is just a very simple look at how its made. It can get more complex.

http://kosher-wine.com/history.shtml

besides you cannot believe everything you hear. Check with the religion it is talking about. sometimes people are just misinformed
ps those yeasts mentioned have absolutely no Wheat! they are formed by The Plant that contains no wheat. there are different kinds of yeast. sorry for the misunderstanding.

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Question by Bo Peep: Are these wines sweet or dry?
For my wedding, my bartender suggested the following wines:

Red Wine – Cabernet Sauvignon
White Wine – Chardonnay
Blush Wine – White Zinfandel

I want a variety of dry and sweet. Which of these is dry, sweet, or both?
Also, is “Rose” (Ro-zay) a generic term for blush wines?

Best answer:

Answer by kb
i think wines are sweet because it is so tasty.

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Question by julie r: using a metal wine chiller?
have been given a stainless steel wine chiller but do we chill the cooler in fridge first and put wine in or just chil the wine and put it in the chiller without putting chiller in fridge! hope this makes sense ;-)) also how long does the wine stay chilled

thanks for any advice

Best answer:

Answer by Tom ?
This might sound funny but I take the wine out of the fridge at the same time I put the wine chiller in the refrigerator and then set a timer for 20 minutes. The wine (and I am talking white wine or Champagne here, I never refrigerate red wine) … will have the chill taken off and the wine chiller will be perfectly chilled after 20 and the wine chiller will keep the wine at the correct temperature.

What do you think? Answer below!

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