|Kosher for Passover
In Hebrew, 'Massoret' means tradition. This wine is very common in Israel and is used for Kiddush – the Jewish blessing over the wine. This wine possesses a rich bouquet and complex taste from its careful maturation. Full of flavors and very aromatic.
Its a Mevushal wines
When kosher wine is mevushal (Hebrew: "cooked" or "boiled"), it thereby becomes unfit for idolatrous use and will keep the status of kosher wine even if subsequently touched by an idolater. ... Indeed, in Orthodox Christianity, it is common to add boiling water to the sacramental wine.