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Written by Nikitas Magel   

NM:  One last question: what's your desert island beverage?

AK:  I love Belgian sour beer — JJ Bagley, our beer editor got me really turned on to that.  I love Rieslings, particularly Spälese Rieslings from the Mosel region of Germany.  I love aged Cabernet from Napa; I'm not a young Cab guy, but I love the early '90s stuff right now.

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Mark said:

Great interview ... well thought out questions, as are the responses.
01 February 2009
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Nikitas Magel said:

Thanks Mark! Interesting questions make for interesting answers, which in turn encourage yet more interesting questions…
It was a great learning experience!
11 February 2009
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