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Seasonal Sips - weekly series at Meritage

Posted by Stephen Meuse  July 27, 2011 10:18 AM

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Longtime Meritage executive chef Daniel Bruce is renowned for his ability to create dishes that echo the flavors and aromas of individual wines in ways that are frankly uncanny. This summer, the chef's incandescent skills are on display in a series of Thursday night tasting events at the Rowe's Wharf restaurant. Wine selections are drawn from the Rowe's Wharf restaurant's 12,000 bottle cellar and chosen by its talented young curator, Betsy Ross, left.

Each tasting features three to four wines and accompanying small bites, created and fine-tuned by Chef Bruce. Themes include "A trip along the Russian River" and "Exploring terroir with pinot noir."

The cost for each session is a very reasonable $25. Start time is 5.30. For more information, call the restaurant at 617-439-3995.

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Ellen Bhang

About By the Glass

Ellen Bhang writes about food and wine and reviews Cheap Eats restaurants for the Globe. Wine is the focus of her degree in the Gastronomy master's program at Boston University. She can be reached at


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