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The Foodie: Great Kosher Wines

April 21, 2011
by Adam Hofstetter
If you're visiting a Jewish home for Passover or any other festive occastion, it might be a good idea to pick up a bottle of kosher wine. There's more to kosher wine these days than Manischewitz or Kedem; it's a rapidly growing sector of the market that includes fine wines from all over the world.
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