From now until the end of the year, when you come to our Friday Wine Tastings you’ll be giving back to Lowcountry Local First, our charity partner for the fourth quarter. If you’re a fan of Ted’s, we think you’ll agree that Charleston’s unique mix of locally owned businesses is one of the great things…Read More
We’re featuring a white from Umbria and a red from Emilia-Romagna this month, two Central Italian regions that both border Tuscany to the East. These are old-school country wines that are meant to be drank everyday and paired with almost anything. They’re also a great value! 2015 Palazzone Terre Vineate Orvieto Classico Superiore – $16…Read More
September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month, and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of America needs your help to increase public awareness of leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma. An easy way to help? Attend our Friday wine tastings through the end of the month. Your $5 tasting donation will benefit LLS of the Lowcountry, and specifically the…Read More
We’re often asked what Wagyu beef is, and what is the difference is between Wagyu and Kobe beef. Both originate in Japan and are widely considered around the world to be the “caviar” of beef. Characterized by pervasive marbling, they offer a rich flavor that has a subtle but distinct sweetness and aroma. What is…Read More
This month we’re featuring two wines from Chehalem Winery in Willamette Valley, Oregon, one of the United States’ greatest viticultural regions. Chehalem first planted vines in 1980 and began bottling wine in 1990. Their wines are made exclusively from estate fruit that is certified sustainably grown. 2015 Chehalem Three Vineyard Pinot Gris – $20 Grape:…Read More
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