by: Gabriel Geller
Subtle wines on Purim? Sounds a little strange, no? The Purim seudah requires an abundance of responsible drinking (please do not drive afterwards or have a designated driver accompany you if you are going to friends or family). When drinking big, bold, full-bodied wines one palate often gets tired quickly, losing the ability to enjoy more wines after a glass or two.
The solution I believe is to broaden your horizons. Sure, with the mitzvah of the seudah and drinking ad d'lo yoda (to the point one would not be able to distinguish Haman the evil Persian from Modechai the tzaddik), Purim is one of the main "wine holidays."
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Published By: Hamodia