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At the seder, the third cup of wine is drunk after Birkat Hamazon. If a person has plenty of wine, but no matzah (and hence no Birkat Hamazon), should he still drink the third cup of wine?

If so, when? Shouldshould he just drink it right before saying Hallel when he finished his meal (but cannot bench), or should he drinksay it togetheralong with another Mitzva e.g by splitting Hallel into two parts of regular Hallel for one cup and Hallel Hagadol for the other cupblessing/Mitzva? If so, at what point?

At the seder, the third cup of wine is drunk after Birkat Hamazon. If a person has plenty of wine, but no matzah (and hence no Birkat Hamazon), should he still drink the third cup of wine?

If so, when? Should he just drink it right before saying Hallel when he finished his meal (but cannot bench), or should he drink it together with another Mitzva e.g by splitting Hallel into two parts of regular Hallel for one cup and Hallel Hagadol for the other cup?

At the seder, the third cup of wine is drunk after Birkat Hamazon. If a person has plenty of wine, but no matzah (and hence no Birkat Hamazon), should he still drink the third cup of wine?

If so, should he just drink it right before saying Hallel when he finished his meal (but cannot bench), or should he say it along with another blessing/Mitzva? If so, at what point?

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At the seder, the third cup of wine is drunk after Birkat Hamazon. If a person has plenty of wine, but no matzah (and hence no Birkat Hamazon), should he still drink the third cup of wine?

If so, shouldwhen? Should he just drink it right before saying Hallel when he finished his meal (but cannot bench), or should he saydrink it alongtogether with another blessing/Mitzva? If so, at what pointMitzva e.g by splitting Hallel into two parts of regular Hallel for one cup and Hallel Hagadol for the other cup? 

At the seder, the third cup of wine is drunk after Birkat Hamazon. If a person has plenty of wine, but no matzah (and hence no Birkat Hamazon), should he still drink the third cup of wine?

If so, should he just drink it right before saying Hallel when he finished his meal (but cannot bench), or should he say it along with another blessing/Mitzva? If so, at what point?

At the seder, the third cup of wine is drunk after Birkat Hamazon. If a person has plenty of wine, but no matzah (and hence no Birkat Hamazon), should he still drink the third cup of wine?

If so, when? Should he just drink it right before saying Hallel when he finished his meal (but cannot bench), or should he drink it together with another Mitzva e.g by splitting Hallel into two parts of regular Hallel for one cup and Hallel Hagadol for the other cup? 

3 Whether someone who's allergic to gluten can fulfill the mitzva of matza is a whole other can of worms that doesn't need to be introduced here. "If so" is correct English.
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At the seder, the third cup of wine is drunk after Birkat Hamazon. If a person has plenty of wine, but no matzah (and hence no Birkat Hamazon), or if he is allergic to gluten, should he still drink the third cup of wine?

If yesso, should he just drink it right before saying Hallel when he finished his meal (but cannot bench), or should he say it along with another blessing/Mitzva? If so, at what point?

At the seder, the third cup of wine is drunk after Birkat Hamazon. If a person has plenty of wine, but no matzah (and hence no Birkat Hamazon), or if he is allergic to gluten, should he still drink the third cup of wine?

If yes, should he just drink it right before saying Hallel when he finished his meal (but cannot bench), or should he say it along with another blessing/Mitzva? If so, at what point?

At the seder, the third cup of wine is drunk after Birkat Hamazon. If a person has plenty of wine, but no matzah (and hence no Birkat Hamazon), should he still drink the third cup of wine?

If so, should he just drink it right before saying Hallel when he finished his meal (but cannot bench), or should he say it along with another blessing/Mitzva? If so, at what point?

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