Today we try to make our wines with less technology and minimal manipulation in the cellars, rather putting the emphasis in presenting the authentic characters of our soils in our different vineyards.
Most of the work is done by hand and now we have also started experimenting with organic and biodynamic viticulture.
From the 1884 Sanborn Atlas, this appears to be a brick commercial building, and this is probably the same location as listed for 1866-7.1873-4 city directory - Congregation Anshe [usually spelled Anche] Chesed, on Jay St, NW corner of Fifth.
I was at a juncture in life when I had to consider my health, age and the status of my personal relationships and how all of that fit with becoming a mom. As if that wasn’t a big enough decision already, I ended up accepting a position at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, so we moved to Washington, D. Aside from your job offer, what prompted your move to Washington, D. You mentioned having a supportive community in Boston that helped you be successful as a single parent. What steps have you taken to build a similar support system for yourself in D. And I have several good friends from Boston who have moved here over the past few years too. This past year I decided to leave my job at CJP and take some time to figure out what was next for me, career-wise. We’re missing our friends and family in Boston, but we’re also having fun meeting new people, spending time with family and exploring our new city and all it has to offer. Leaving my very supportive community and the many friends who are family to us was so difficult. In addition to the wonderful opportunity at the Holocaust Memorial Museum, the main reason for coming to D. was to be close to my parents and my sister and her family, who all live here.Feinberg says that the first synagogue in La Crosse was erected in early 1867, and that it was located on Jay Street near Fifth."Previous to this, services were held in the Masonic Lodge Hall."1870-71 city directory - Cremieux Lodge, IOBB [Bnai Brith], No. Meets at Jewish Temple, west side Fifth between Main and King Streets.