Forget your Zaidy's Manischewitz, modern wine producers are making Kosher wines that can hold their own at any dinnner table. There was a time, not at all long ago, when Kosher for Passover wine was synonymous with the sweetened concord grape Manischewitz wines found regularly on Seder tables. Consumer demand and a growing worldwide wine industry has changed all of that. Producers around the world are creating Kosher wines to suit every palate. To find you the best selections to serve at your Seder, the Canadian Living test kitchen sampled a number of certified Kosher wines to pair with our favourite dishes for Passover. Bartenura Pinot Grigio, 2008 Serve this light, crisp white wine from Italy with any of your favourite fish dishes. The acidity is perfect to cut through the rich fattiness of salmon in our recipe for: Salmon en Papillote with Root Vegetables Goose Bay Pinot Noir, 2007 This dry red with a cherry finish from New Zealand will go great when you’re serving Cornish hens, duck or any poultry like: Boneless Turkey Breast Rolls Cuvee du Centenaire, Cote Du Rhone This well balanced red from France will make a fine match for whatever you are preparing. Try it with a traditional and delicious : Stuffed Leg of Lamb Dalton, Zinfandel, 2006 This hearty fruit forward red from Isreal will stand up well to red meat like this: Rolled Rib Roast with Garlic Horseradish Crust Remember, I'm giving away cookbooks and tickets to Lifford's Ladies Night and Brewers Plate, enter your comments and subscribe to The Foodie-File to be eligible!