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Bob and Terri Grussing

Mom and Dad; Owners

Bob and Terri both hail from Vermont where maple syrup is king and the mountain sides are more often employed as ski slopes than as vineyards. Bob’s corporate career spans +30 years working for General Electric, Mack Trucks, Volvo, SPX and A.O. Smith. Having traveled the globe on business, Bob has tasted some of the finest food and wine the world has to offer. Terri has skillfully split her time between raising the couple’s three children and a career in retail women’s fashions. They have called Nashville home for the past 15 years.  No longer newcomers to fine wine and spirits, both Bob and Terri bring to The Wine Shoppe at Green Hills an entrepreneurial spirit, passion for exceptional customer service and the business acumen necessary to lead a successful family business.

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Katie Grussing

La Grande Dame

Katie, raised in Nashville, was geographically destined to become an Avid Beverage Enthusiast. Katie brings her background in bar-tending to the collective experience of our staff and as such she excels at finding the right beverage for your event or occasion. With her eclectic palate, Katie certainly appreciates the broad selection that The Shoppe offers, but its clear her heart lies Burgundy and Champagne. Don’t be surprised if you leave with a stunning bottle from one of her favorite producers after stopping to chat with her!

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Rey Mora

The Wine Whisperer

Rey came to The Wine Shoppe after running his own one-man shop in West Nashville. His wine preferences are for the traditional and the minimalist techniques; vibrant, juicy and versatile.  Rey’s goal is to enlighten his wine family with something new upon each visit.  For Rey, wine is like traveling; unique and memorable experiences of discovery and making new friends.  He strives to find the true expression of traditional, and occasionally obscure, varietals that spark conversation, a lesson in history, or simply “glou glou” (chuggable)!

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