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Brix at Night – An Evening with Terry Theise

  I first came to appreciate Reisling when I began my wine studies at Boston University. For me, it became the most noble of the white grapes. I furthered my appreciation when I met Derek Whitman, wine rep extraordinaire, at the now defunct and much lamented Bueno Queso Social Club. Derek, in charge of beverages for our meetings, preached the […]

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Riesling Round Two

Given my disappointing German Riesling tasting, I forged ahead and tried four more. For this round, I increased my price range to up to $22 (not including any case discount) hoping to find the right wine. I headed to Federal Wine & Spirits, a store I often rely upon for interesting, quality wines, and newcomer […]

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Riesling’s Risks and Rewards

Planning events for the nonprofit at which I work can be a lot of fun – particularly when I have a chance to pick the wines! When we decided to do an Oktoberfest theme for an upcoming dinner, I was both delighted and daunted. I knew that finding a good quality Riesling at a price […]

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