Terry Theise topless! Have your say

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Many people in the wine trade are taking a bath because of the economic crisis. But not importer Terry Theise: he’s taking a shower.

Digging through the piles on my desk I unearthed this card from the illustrious importer of boutique wines from Germany, Austria and Champagne. After winning a James Beard award last year, Theise decides to bare mostly all on his year-end card. His caption is: “Theise Wines: so fresh & clean! Swirl. Smell. Taste. Repeat.”

What’s your caption? Be sure to “keep it clean.” Just like Terry.

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12 Responses to “Terry Theise topless! Have your say”


  1. Suds aren’t just for beer anymore.


  2. So good, I don’t even know where I am!


  3. “What to do when you find your wife cheatin on you”


  4. “Cremant de Theise”

    I hope that’s his finger in the photo. He’s obviously happy to see you.


  5. Urine sample?


  6. I think the bubbles have gone to my head!


  7. I think the bubbles have gone to my back hair!


  8. Clean? Um, there’s no soap in that shower.


  9. Is that a dry muscat or are you just happy to see me?


  10. “It worked! The transurethral resection worked!”


  11. Terry, I think your noble rot is showing!

    No, not down there, in the glass–Perv!


  12. […] like it was actually a good year for you last year. Yet for your tasting catalogue last year, you appeared topless but this year, in a bathrobe. Why the modesty? I think that there were still some people who were […]


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