Zalmi Unsdorfer


Appeared in These Episodes:

The Vintage Boys are back to help Edwin ring in 2023. We’ll review the high and low points of 2022, share our hopes and goals for 2023, and (as usual) argue over the best wine and whiskey for the occasion while probing current events and history both recent and ancient. BYOB.

The usual suspects are back to help Edwin look back at 5782, look forward to 5783, and (as usual) argue over the best whiskey and wine for the occasion while probing current events and history both recent and ancient. BYOB.

The Vintage Boys are back to bring in the new year—and we can't wait. We’ll be arguing over the best whiskey and wine while probing current events and history—and debating what the year ahead will hold. Jeff Morgan in Napa Valley, Sheldon Freilich in Detroit, Kenneth Abramowitz in Palm Beach, Joshua London in DC, and Zalmi Unsdorfer in London join Edwin. Bring your own libation.

The Vintage Boys are back for a special high holidays edition. This time things are serious. We’ll be arguing over the best whiskey and wine while probing current events and history—both recent and ancient. Zalmi Unsdorfer in London, Jeff Morgan in California, Sheldon Freilich in Detroit, Ken Abramowitz in Palm Beach, and Joshua London in DC join Edwin.

Remember the hundreds who died in Baghdad on June 1, 1941—the beginning of the end of Jewry in Iraq. Can it happen again—in Europe or the United States?

Edwin Black, who originated International Farhud Day and is the New York Times bestselling author of The Farhud: Roots of the Arab-Nazi Alliance in the Holocaust is joined by Rabbi Abraham Cooper of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, Lyn Julius of HARIF, Rabbi Elie Abadie, Council of Sages, UAE, Zalmi Unsdorfer of Likud UK, and other leading voices to ask the uncomfortable questions.

The Vintage Boys are back for a special Passover edition. Jeff Morgan in San Francisco, Zalmi Unsdorfer in London, Josh London in Washington, DC, Sheldon Freilich in Detroit, and Ken Abramowitz in Palm Beach return to the show to argue the best whiskey and wine, while probing current events and some fascinating history—both recent and ancient.

Jeff Morgan of Covenant Wines, Josh London, Zalmi Unsdorfer, and Sheldon Freilich return for a special New Year’s Eve edition of the show to discuss old and new favorites, the year that was, and the year to come with Edwin.

 

Edwin Black hosts author Kenneth Abramowitz plus Rabbi Elie Abadie, Senior Rabbi, Jewish Council, United Arab Emirates; Alex Traiman, JNS Jerusalem Bureau Chief; Sarah Stern, EMET; Zalmi Unsdorfer, Likud UK; Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld, American Center for Democracy; Rabbi Yotav Eliach, author of Judaism, Zionism, and the Land of Israel; and Martin Barillas, author of Shaken Earth for a special virtual launch event for his just-released book  The Multifront War, which was praised as “stunning and incisive” by Jeanine Pirro.

Israel and the UAE announced on August 13 that they had come to an historic peace agreement, the Abraham Accord. Since then, the Gulf State of Bahrain has joined the expanding the peace initiative. All three nations have established full diplomatic relations and signed treaties on September 15 at the White House. More countries are readying their recognitions, and President Donald Trump has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. 

Rabbi Abraham Cooper of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, who personally visited Bahrain, Jonathan Tobin, editor-in-chief of JNSZalmi Unsdorfer, chairman of Likud UK, Joshua London of JINSAMordechai Kedar, Arab scholar and lecturer, and other key Mideast experts join Edwin to explain the background and to explore the possibilities for the future.

The word “whiskey” (derived from the Gaelic uisce beatha) means “water of life.” The word “wine” comes to English from the Latin vinum and the Hebrew yayin. Stalwart whiskey and wine aficionados Zalmi Unsdorfer in London, Josh London in Washington DC, Sheldon Freilich in Detroit, and Covenant Wines vintner Jeff Morgan in San Francisco join Edwin to battle it out with their favorites for taste satisfaction and supremacy—and then delve into current events.