No Wimpy Wine Dinner

By TAMARA WIEDER  |  January 23, 2006

Even if you were the kid who was always picked on at the playground, you’ll want to attend the No Wimpy Wine Dinner at Julien Restaurant (Langham Hotel, 250 Franklin Street, Boston) on January 25. After all, even the wimpiest among us can enjoy full-bodied, voluptuous wines — and that’s just what will be served at the event, which includes a four-course dinner prepared by chef de cuisine Mark Sapienza. Each course will be paired with a wine from Ravenswood Winery; associate winemaker Jennifer Beloz will be the evening’s guest speaker. The cost is $95, excluding tax and gratuity, and a reception begins at 6:30 pm; call 617.956.8751 for reservations and information.


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