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Great Wine Selection–Tallitot–Jewelry–Gifts!

We have a white wine rack and red wine rack, and both have brief wine descriptions attached for more information.  And we want to hear your reviews of the different wines we are stocking. There are great house gifts, hostess gifts, and we will wrap a bottle of wine to make it look even more delicious.  And we can add an Israeli wine cork as a little extra.

Right now we have some honey cakes and apple honey cakes, and perhaps we’ll have more goodies in time for Chanukah!  (Think Caramel Corn, Hannukah shortbread cookies in a little carry box for the little ones, and of course Gelt!)  Stock is already arriving and we will have gift bags and tags for purchase as well.

Come in, have some coffee or tea, schmooze and browse while the kids are in religious school.  Come after a First Mondays program or on Thursday mornings to get some last minute wine or small gift for Shabbat.  If you are looking for something for a future holiday, let us know so that we can bring them in for you.

Register for that special simcha! Special orders are welcome from some great vendors.’

Visit our web page for more information . . . and C’mon down! You’ll be glad you did.


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