Category Archives: Jewish Refugees in France

A family history in paper and stone — and now, wine

Making wine is often a family business.  For a lot of First Vine’s producers, the vineyards and wineries have been in the family for a century or more.   And something about growing up growing grapes and making wine seems to … Continue reading

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We don’t always believe it, but one person can make a difference

Before the holidays I wrote a post about our trip to France with my Dad to visit the village where he lived during part of the war.  Many of you have written that I left you hanging about what happened … Continue reading

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This year, pass the stories around with the crescent rolls…

It’s the time of year when we think about our families.  So I hope you’ll indulge me with this blog post about my family.  More specifically, my father, and the trip that Cy and I took with him to southwestern … Continue reading

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