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March 22, 1996 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-03-22

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up to $20 a bottle. Merchant's
other locations, including the
new store at 15 Mile and
Coolidge in Troy, carry a small-
er selection of kosher wines.
Bottle and Basket
Shoppe at 15 Mile and Tele-
graph roads in Bloomfield
Township boasts over 200 bot-
tles of kosher wine, from
Yarden to Hagafan to Furst
to Herzog to Excelsior, a
French Bordeaux. Store man-
ager Al Eichler said, includ-
ing the Mogen David, Kedem
and Carmel, prices range
from S4 to $20.
Kroger carries a limited se-
lection of kosher wines, about
five or six varieties at its store
at 14 Mile and Fannin gton
roads in West Bloomfield.
Some 15 Farmer Jack out-
lets carry kosher wines like
Kedem, Herzog, Mogen David,
Manischewitz and Fortant, of-
fering them for as low as two
bottles for $5. The most ex-
pensive wine is a Kedem Mala-
ga for $7.49.
Cronin's Party Store on
Northwestern Highway, north
of 12 Mile Road, carries three
varieties of kosher wines, all
from California. However, the
only kind with a bit of panache
is the Weinstock, which own-
er Jim Cronin said is "as good
as any other good California
wine." He has a few cases in
stock, and bottles run between
$7 and $10. Cronin's also car-
ries the usual suspects — Ke-
dem and Manischewitz.
Sam's Market on 11 Mile
Road in Huntington Woods
has about 40 bottles of kosher
wines, including varieties from
Carmel, Manischewitz and
Mogen David. But the store
also carries a Pinot Noir from
France and Ararat brandy
from Israel that goes for $20
for a fifth. The wines range in
price from $2.99 to $15.
Nino Salvaggio's Straw-
berry Hills in Farmington
Hills carries roughly 20 vari-
eties of kosher wines that
range in price from $6 for two
bottles to $10.99. Wine buyer
Ron Papuga said he just got in
about 50 cases of wine from Is-
rael, New York State and
France, including a new kosher
Beaujolais for $7.99 a bottle.
Cases are sold at a discount.
Finally, Vic's Quality
Fruit Market at 13 Mile and
Southfield roads in Beverly
Hills stocks around 10 vari-
eties of kosher wines, includ-
ing Mogen David, that range
in price from $2.50 to $16. Cl

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