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  • Rogov’s Puts Israel on Oenological Map

    By Todd Pitock

    April 14, 2005 | 8:00 pm


    At a seder last year, the host put out a few bottles of Israeli wine.

    "Oh, kosher wine," one of the host's relatives observed with flared nostrils and a raised brow, "Yum."

    The topic of Israeli wines -- not all kosher wines are Israeli, not all Israeli wines are kosher -- can...

  • Celebrating Jewish History in Alsace

    By Evelyn Kaye

    October 5, 2000 | 8:00 pm

    Alsace, a picture-perfect rural region of rich vineyards, farmlands, soft green mountains and rolling valleys, sits on France's northeast border, next to Germany. Around every bend along the narrow roads are charming villages with winding cobbled streets and neatly painted black and...