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On Sukkot, Jews build huts to recall their voyage through the desert, to remember how vulnerable they were, and still are — though we may try to pretend otherwise.
The raging wildfires that have left a trail of destruction across northern California’s wine country have been fickle when it came to kosher wineries.
We’ve put together the ultimate wine guide for your Rosh Hashana meals — no matter your preference (White or red? Dry or sweet? Bubbly or smooth?), we’ve got you covered.
[Editor’s Note: I received this email this morning and it put a smile on my face — I hope it will put one on yours as well! The email has been edited for length and clarity.]
Yossi Izakovitch is betting that he can convince ultra-Orthodox Jews that his Bordeaux-style blend is good enough to justify its $100 price tag — and its $93 price differential with Manischewitz. Since its first vintage in 2011, Izakovitch’s Jerusalem winery, Metzuda, has gone from selling 1,500 bottles to 25,000 bottles last year.