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Passover wine

The Passha festival (also Pasha or Passover) is one of the most important festivals in Judaism. It literally means "walking past" and is reminiscent of that in the Old Testament Bible Excerpt from the book described in Exodus Egypt, the liberation of the Israelites from Egyptian slavery. The festival begins with an evening service in the synagogue, which is followed by the “Seder” (order), the large banquet in the family circle. Certain dishes with symbolic meaning are taken together according to a precisely defined course. After eating, the actual feast follows. At regular intervals, a total of four cups of wine are drunk, which symbolize God's promises. In the ritual, a cup of wine is drunk in the steps of Kadesch, Magid, Bairach and Hallel. Like the food, it must meet the Jewish purity conditions; see under kosher wine,

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