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Section: Questions   Category: Halacha
TAGS:stam yeinam  wine  yayin nesech
Halacha - Stam Yayin
Submitted by Arye Cope  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question: While in a hotel on Pesach, my non menushal wine, that had been opened and used, but now had the cork on, was moved about 10cm across the table by the non jewish waiter. He was trying to tidy up and moved it in front of me. Can the wine be now drunk, if not, can it be given to a non jew as a gift? Thank you for your time.
Answer: You may still drink the wine. Since the wine was not moved with the intent of trying to move the wine but rather for the use of the place it occupied, it is not considered moving the wine and the wine is therefore permitted.
posted:2013-03-29 12:09:36


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