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Chardonnay: The Chameleon of Wines

/ Updated on May 20, 2020

When I was a kid, I was fascinated by chameleons. How did they know when they were standing on something green to turn green and when standing on something brown to turn brown? It still fascinates me. I now realize … Continue reading

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The Wild, the Innocent and the Sauvignon Blanc Hustle

/ Updated on May 14, 2020

I’ve been waiting a long time to use a Springsteen reference in one of my wine articles. That opportunity jumped out at me when I thought about what to say about the varied personalities of Sauvignon Blanc as we celebrate … Continue reading

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Great Wine is Like a Flock of Geese

/ Updated on May 14, 2020

There is something about seeing a flock of geese flying in formation on a fall day that has always filled me with awe and admiration. What a beautiful sight to see. How do these wonderful creatures fly perfectly synchronized and … Continue reading

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Now’s a Good Time to Talk Wine: Red-Wine Drinkers, Listen Up!

/ Updated on April 30, 2020

A number of weeks ago, your Rehoboth Foodie (who btw, is doing a true public service in promoting restaurants’ takeout business) asked if I wanted to write wine articles for his Chasing the Grape column. Since I love talking about … Continue reading

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For the Love of Family

/ Updated on May 15, 2020

When The Rehoboth Foodie (aka Bob Yesbek…) graciously allowed me to write about wine on RehobothFoodie.com back in March of 2013, I asked what type of articles he wanted. He replied, “why don’t you let our readers know the reasons … Continue reading

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Skin in the Game

/ Updated on November 30, 2019

This popular idiom is often used to imply that you are vested in the outcome of a situation. Well, when it comes to making wine, this phrase can be taken literally. Because the pigmentation of wines comes from the skins … Continue reading

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Does wine give you a headache? Read on…

/ Updated on September 17, 2019

As a small shop, we at Teller Wines pride ourselves on delivering great service. Naturally, we love to talk with our customers about all things related to – and sometimes unrelated to – wine. Recently, we have had numerous customers … Continue reading

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Weird Grapes make Fun Wines

/ Updated on July 31, 2018

Are you tired of drinking the same wine? Are you afraid to try something new because you can’t pronounce the name of the wine or just don’t know where to start? There is no need to be afraid to try … Continue reading

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Will Travel for Food

/ Updated on September 17, 2019

I grew up in a loud, passionate, food-loving Chinese family. You know the saying, “food is love?” Well, my family certainly epitomizes every morsel of that mantra. We are known to drive long distances in search of authentic cuisine, whether … Continue reading

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Ancient Peaks

/ Updated on January 14, 2018

This is my last article for 2017, so I thought I’d tell you about one of my favorite wineries.  Okay, it’s in Paso Robles. What can I say … I can’t tell a lie. I love how Ancient Peaks Winery … Continue reading

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