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Celebrating three years of Drinky…

Celebrating three years of Drinky LaRue with this fantastic bottle of bubbly! The bubbly: Dhondt-Grellet’s NV Extra Brut Blanc de Blancs Les Terres Fines 1er Cru. Eric Dhondt and Edith Grellet started this family owned business in 1986. Their son, Adrien, has taken over the business and is currently the winemaker. Can’t wait to see …

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Cheers to New Things…

What a sad but happy time Friday night. Sad because someone in the DMVTravelCrew is moving away. Happy because we were able to spend time together before she leaves. What better way to celebrate her than with New York Champagne Week, Fried Chicken from Marcus Samuelsson and Rita Jammet’s La Caravelle Champagne! As I said …

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Popping all the bottles…

If you have read my posts before then you know I am a fan of bubbles. At all price points! So my friends and I decided to “taste the stars” at Calvert Woodley’s Champagne and Sparkling Wine tasting. For bubbles to be called Champagne, it has to be made in the region of Champagne (France). …

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Bubbles and Fried Chicken…

Friendship is something we take for granted. Not intentionally. It just happens. We just figure our friends will always be there. That’s why it’s important to reach out and make time. Even if you have to schedule it weeks in advance. Folks save Champagne for a special occasion. A Birthday. An Anniversary. Not us. On …

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White wine sipping…

So glad and yet so sad I opened this bottle. Glad because it’s perfect with my pizza (cheese, fresh spinach and white sauce). Sad because it’s my only bottle. I had the immense pleasure to visit Cape Town, South Africa last year. During this visit, one of our wine stops included Delaire Graff. Tasting wine …