June 15, 1997 Mère, Père et Gaffelière By Douglas Danoff Until I was nearly 15, the only wine I ever saw my parents drink was the treacly Manischewitz we sipped at Friday night Sabbath dinners. Mom and Dad used meals at home as part of their propaganda to discourage my sister and me from grape and grain--except, perhaps, California raisins or an extra bowl of barley soup.
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