Wine therapy: Opening the heart with Israeli wine

Gilad Schalit and his girlfriend, Adi Sigler, speak about finding each other, living an ordinary life in the spotlight, and how they are able to poke fun at his captivity.

My mother always said that quality wine and a good psychologist do the same job. Both of them relax and listen to you – and both of them are expensive.

Fortunately, good wine still costs less than a one-hour session with a leading psychologist.

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