The Italian Bartenura winery was named for a 15th century rabbi near Forli who was known as The Bartenura for his commentary on Jewish law. Their wines are kosher.
This Italian sparkler is basically an even sweeter Prosecco than Prosecco. The nose offers pretty, white flowers and ripe, yellow peaches. On the palate, stone fruit holds court in a low alcohol - 10% abv - context, with easy acidity and quickly dissipating bubbles. It's a summer sipper, and a good one at that.