Some cuisines shouldn't be innovated simply for the extreme guilty and emotional pleasures they bring us. Home-style kosher foods come to mind. Thankfully, though, the culture that brought us matzo ball soup (don't mess with Grandma's recipe!), brisket and kugel, has innovated the wines that traditionally accompanied the Passover meal.
We're talking about what used to be your father's kosher wine -- that sweet, syrupy, grape-y stuff choked down in the name of tradition.