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Vailia

/ Updated on May 20, 2016

“…she took her hand and raised her brush. For a moment it stayed trembling in a painful but exciting ecstasy in the air. Where to begin? –that was the question – at what point to make the first mark? One … Continue reading

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You Say Shi-RAHZ. I Say Shi-RAZZ

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Certain names resonate strongly within the halls of Australian wine history. Jim Barry Wines is one of them. It was Jim Barry’s drive and community spirit that helped shape South Australia’s Clare Valley as a benchmark in the world of … Continue reading

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Stranded On a Desert Island?

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If you are, then (1) isn’t nice you have Internet connectivity! And (2), aren’t you even more lucky that you have wine, Girl Scout cookies and ice cream with you! Those are also my go-to desert-island requirements. In that order. … Continue reading

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My Sweetest Valentine

/ Updated on June 16, 2017

Can it be true? My 33rd wine article on RehobothFoodie.com since Kevin and I took over Teller Wines almost three years ago! Let me just say (without any remuneration from the esteemed Foodie himself) a big “Thank You” for giving … Continue reading

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Opus One: Who on Your List is Deserving?

/ Updated on November 29, 2015

In Latin, “opus” means work. It is no accident that one of the finest wines in the world is the work of two pioneers of the global wine industry. Baron Phillippe de Rothschild is from one of the oldest European … Continue reading

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From Milton to Mendoza

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When Tony and Karen met at Salisbury University in 1988, they had no idea they would end up marrying, raising a family of three children, owning a successful landscaping business in Milton, Delaware, and now a winery in Mendoza, Argentina. … Continue reading

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Wine Royalty: A Fairy Tale Come True

/ Updated on January 30, 2018

Who doesn’t like a fairy tale with a beautiful princess, ultimately swept away by her handsome prince astride a white horse, riding off into the sunset together, through the rolling hills (or, in this instance, the vineyards) of Tuscany? Add … Continue reading

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In the Garden of Eden

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Eleanor and Albert Leger first tasted ice cider in Montreal in 2006. They were surprised to learn that nobody in Vermont was making this wonderful elixir, so in April 2007, they bought an abandoned dairy farm in West Charleston, Vermont. … Continue reading

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The Hills are Alive (with Gruner Veltliner)

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Let me be the 758th person to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the iconic film, “The Sound of Music.” Like many who fell in love with the movie, I was eager to visit the famous gazebo where “Going from 16 … Continue reading

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Roses are Red

/ Updated on June 15, 2015

When I was first asked to write an online wine column about why Teller carries certain wines, my mind was brimming with the plethora of fine Chateauneuf du Papes and oaky Chardonnays that I personally love. Given the endless choices … Continue reading

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