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CLOSED – Napa Valley Triple Magnum Blow-Out

12/19/11: The first lot to go HOT, it is also the first lot to receive a bid at the reserve. This lot will now go to the highest bidder, after a full business day passes without a new bid. The earliest this co...
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Kosher Wine for Passover: Getting More Serious Than Manischewitz

For Israeli wines, “kosher” is a blessing and a curse. Israel right now is one of the most exciting wine countries in the world. The country made almost exclusively bad sweet wine for its first 50 years, but now it’s like California of the 1970s, in a period of rapid growth and experimentation and great increases in quality. But the kosher marketing conundrum hangs over everything: how to sell Israeli wines, kosher or not, to non-Jews, a necessity if the industry is to sustain its present growth.