"We enjoy older wines because we feel that if you pay attention, you’ll notice that they’re more likely to change dramatically in the glass as you drink them." Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher
- December 15, 2018Categories: FeaturesIn a meditative new memoir and study of wine, an influential importer and writer urges us to deepen our experience of wine by being fully present for it. Much of what makes a wine worth drinking, Theise argues, is what we ourselves bring to it.
- November 03, 2017Categories: WinemakersTags: wine , terry theise , stuart pigottRiesling master Johannes Selbach talks with Grape Collective about the challenges and great potential Finger Lakes, as well as what makes the Mosel the spiritual home of the best white wine on earth.
- August 28, 2015Categories: FeaturesTags: vinkara , umay Çeviker , turks and frogsA hostile government has harmed the Turkish wine industry but the potential of their grapes is starting to be recognised internationally.
- June 23, 2015Tags: wine , terry theise , peter weygandtThe United States is home to more than 8,000 wineries. Three in four produce fewer than 5,000 cases per year; about 50 percent produce fewer than 500,000 cases.
- February 17, 2015Tags: terry theise , david white , champagneTerry Theise recognizes that Champagne carries an emotional charge. There is, to put it simply, something special about Champagne. As Theise writes in his most recent catalog, "we invest our hearts in it."
- February 03, 2015Categories: Wine PeopleTags: terry theise , dorothy j. gaiter"Riesling is always going to be the really quirky little Indie film that's playing at the scuzzy little theater around the corner and instead of a gigantic queue at the door, there's going to a little scrum of about 2 or 3 nerds waiting in line for tickets."
- February 02, 2015Tags: terry theise , dorothy j. gaiterDorothy J. Gaiter talks to Terry Theise about his time as a rocker, movie maker and his love affair with Riesling.