WGBH members, guests from the public, and especially local wine shops are all pitching in to make tonight’s wine tasting a big success.
The theme is a friendly showdown between the Old World and the New World. Every 15 minutes we’ll taste a wine from either place — Old World Sauvignon Blanc first, then New World Sauvignon Blanc. Old World Riesling first, then New World Riesling. Ditto for Pinot Noir and Syrah — Old World first, then New World.
Then, at 9 p.m., guests of the tasting are invited to attend the live jazz concert in Fraser Recording Studio. It’s quite a night out with WGBH!
A big thank-you goes to the following wine shops and wine professionals for contributing to tonight’s event:
bottles (372 Commercial Street, Boston)
Grape Experience, with special co-host Adam Chase
Cathy Huyghe writes the WGBH Foodie blog. Read new WGBH Foodie posts every weekday, in which Cathy explores myriad ways and places to experience good food and wine.
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