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Wonderful Women Winemakers

/ Updated on November 13, 2014

When I go to visit my friend Walter in Montevideo, he promises to take me to Artesana, a small ultra-premium estate winery located in the acclaimed Canelones winegrowing region of Uruguay. The signature varietal is Tannat. Brought from France in … Continue reading

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Spanish Delight!

/ Updated on May 31, 2014

Our 2010 trip to Barcelona was nothing short of exhilarating. Staying at a small inn off of the Plaza Catalunya, we devoured tapas and wine to our hearts’ content. The best way to experience food culture in a foreign country … Continue reading

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Bubbly Anyone?

/ Updated on October 11, 2014

My memories of trips to France conjure up delicious bouillabaisse from a hole-in-the-wall bistro in a hidden alley in Nice, croque monsieur from a street vendor in Paris, and champagne sipping at any of the outstanding champagne houses in Cramant … Continue reading

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Bogle: A Family Affair

/ Updated on May 31, 2014

Six generations of farming and grape growing and quality wines are two reasons why we like the Bogle family of wines. Their story is one of hard work, commitment to handcrafting, and sustainable winegrowing. Bogle Vineyards is situated along the … Continue reading

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Riesling with Asian is it!

/ Updated on October 7, 2014

Who wants to turn on the stove or oven in the summer!? The hot weather steers us in the direction of a chilled white wine. What better pairing than a nice Riesling with sushi? My family has enjoyed sushi for … Continue reading

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Duca Enrico! Well Balanced & Nuanced.

/ Updated on May 31, 2014

Being a bi-cultural family, and having lived in two countries and seven states, we felt the only connector was our memories of food and wine. From mom’s chicken ‘n dumplings to a Jose Andres masterpiece, we love them all. And … Continue reading

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Ruminations on Darioush

/ Updated on October 2, 2014

I’d like to welcome you to my wine-loving corner of RehobothFoodie.com! My husband Kevin and I own Teller Wines on Savannah Road in Lewes, DE. I love sharing our experiences, and I hope oenophiles and foodies alike will enjoy my … Continue reading

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Barbera “Streisand”

/ Updated on June 4, 2014

Wine should be fun, and tests and grades remind me too much of being in school. So, being a foodie, a wino (in the kindest sense, of course) and a musician, my approach is practical: What blends best with what? … Continue reading

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Is it Syrah, or is it Shiraz?

/ Updated on May 31, 2014

Grape Chaser of note, Bill McManus, posts some informative articles about wines in general. Enjoy! Origin Syrah has a long documented history in the Rhone region of Southeastern France, but it’s not known if it originated there. According to Wikipedia, … Continue reading

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Enjoy your wines in the proper vessels!

/ Updated on May 31, 2014

Thanks to our original Chaser of Grapes, Bill McManus, for this great article about wine glasses and what goes with what. Enjoy! While cruising in the Baltic Sea during my last vacation, I and three others signed up for a … Continue reading

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