|Greek handicrafts were also available for purchase.|
In addition to the Kosher versions, Molon Lave produces 8 additional wines. The most unique being the 2007 Kokineli, a traditional Greek wine that is made with pine resin which was once used to coat the ceramic urns that were used to make wine in Greece. The pine resin gave the wine a rosemary taste too, per Megan and her nose for wines she said "if I could wear a wine as a perfume this would be it." Other highlights were the 2010 Autumn Nectar with 3% rs was a refreshing blend of late harvest Riesling, Pinot Gris and Viognier, a buttery 2007 Chambourcin with a touch of fig and the 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon.
|Megan enjoying the Kokineli|
After our wine tasting we found that they also sell Greek olive oil and we couldn't turn that tasting down! I'm a sucker for Spanish olive oil, but let me tell you this was some of the best olive oil I've ever had. I think we all walked away with a bottle of one variety or another. There was the original version as well as infused options with lemon, orange, garlic, rosemary and basil. I picked up the rosemary which is so great to spice up some veggies. Molon Lave was a unique and enjoyable visit, especially for those who observe Jewish traditions.
|Spacious tasting room, with several bars to accommodate guests.|