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Biblical ethnobotanist Jon Greenberg (above) says that beer and wine both have a very significant background in Jewish tradition.
Elisheva and Chaim Gur-Arieh make wine in the Sierra foothills of California’s Shenandoah Valley.
Simon Back, who is among the fourth generation to helm Backsberg Wines & Estates, stands on his deck in Paarl, South Africa, raising a glass of Merlot with his merlot vineyards behind him.
Over a spring lunch complete with fine wine, the author tells her illustrious hostess how to make wine from rhubarb plucked from the garden.
If you would like to try making the country wine I described to Miriam Rothschild over lunch, you’ll first have to locate a supply of rhubarb, an old-fashioned fruit, really a vegetable, once common in the countryside in old gardens and farms. Through the month of June, you’ll find it in farmer’s markets. In the city, it’s available through July from green markets. Check this site.