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The Herzog family drwas on tradition to fuel progress in their kosher wines
Issue: March 31, 2002

David Herzog was nervous. Here he was, an Orthodox Jew, hosting a mock Passover seder at Aureole restaurant on Manhattan's Upper East Side. His guests, most of them strangers and few of them Jewish, included a number of the city's leading food and wine journalists.

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