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10 VA & MD Fine Wine Stops


1. RdV Vineyards


2550 Delaplane Grade Rd, Delaplane, Virginia 20144
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Thomas Jefferson, a native of Virginia and founding father of our nation, was also a “man of the soil,” an avid viticulturist who dreamed of creating a “great American wine based on a French model.” Today, Jefferson’s vision is a reality at RdV. Bordeaux grapes, planted on a rocky Virginia hillside, have produced world-class wines that marry the elegance of Bordeaux with the bold spirit of California. Keep Reading

10 Mid-Atlantic White Wines For Summertime


1. 2012 Stainless Steel Aged Chardonnay, Brooklyn Winery


213 N 8th St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
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Light in color but intense in aromatics and flavor. Essence of grapefruit, fresh picked strawberries and wet fresh water river stones along with hits of honeydew melon and white peach. Very well balanced with bright acidity and creamy texture. Keep Reading

Top 10 Maryland Beers To Try This Week


1. Small Craft Warning, Heavy Seas Beer


4615 Hollins Ferry Rd Ste B, Baltimore, Maryland 21227
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A well-balanced beer, Small Craft Warning seems at once hop-forward and malt-forward; Small Craft exemplifies a robust pilsner— it’s crisp, well-carbonated and slightly sweet. The beer is characterized by a firm malt backbone and a pronounced hop character. A fine aroma, from an array of hops, completes this quaffable beer. Keep Reading

9 Awesome East Coast Beers To Enjoy


1. The Trader Crystal-Hopped Saison, Three Notch’d Brewing Company, Charlottesville, VA


946 Grady Avenue, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
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This Farmhouse Ale, originating from the Northern France/Southern Belgium region, encompasses the flavors of many herbs, spices, fruits and vegetables that were historically added by the farmhands after harvest each year. The special Belgian yeast is the highlight of this beer, complemented with the single-hop of Crystal and it’s complex herbal/spice/pepper profile. Keep Reading

Top 7 Mid-Atlantic Beers To Try On Tap This Week


1. Big Red Rye, Young Veterans Brewing Company


2505 Horse Pasture Rd, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23453
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A red rye india pale ale. This beer combines a full bodied and complex malt profile with flavors of rye and intense hop flavor and aroma. It’s crystal clear red appearance, delectable fruity aroma, and lasting foamy head make it a drink to remember. With multiple additions of Amarillo and Pearle hops it appeals to the experienced ‘hop-head’ while still maintaining drinkability glass after glass. Keep Reading

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