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Journey with Tassie Pippert through the back roads of Virginia and discover some great wineries and taste their delicious wines. Along the way, Tassie will teach you a little bit about the production of wines before she takes you back to her house to put together some fantastic food that pairs well with the wines tasted today. So don't hesitate a second, grab that glass of wine - it's time to un-wine'd, Virginia!





Pork Belly Tacos Lobster and Brie Mac and Cheese Goulash Peach Torte
Surf and Turf with Sambuca Maître D' Butter Potato Pesto Pasta Smoked Herb Rubbed Pork Loin Wrapped in Bacon Tropical Fruit Salad with Honey Poppy Seed Dressing
Scallop Ceviche on Fried Wontons Dark Chocolate Cheesecake Baked Halibut with Fresh Corn Salsa Tenderloin of Beef with Tarragon Pepper Rub and Bacon-Stilton Portobello Sauce
Lemon Crab Stuffed Flounder Pan Seared Duck Breast Apple and Walnut Galette Steak Oscar
Chicken Saltimbocca with Modified Beurre Blanc Sauce Eggplant Lasagna Chicken with Mushroom Sauce Shrimp and Grits
Red Wine Poached Pears with Red Wine Caramel Sauce Marinated Rack of Lamb with Cherry Sauce Italian Meatloaf with Red Wine Mushroom Sauce Tassie’s Virginia Garden Crab Cakes
Grilled Pork Spare Ribs with Herb Mop Pesto Fried Chicken Salmon with Root Vegetable Puree Butternut and Pear Soup

Bluestone Vineyard: Tassie visits Bluestone Vineyards in Bridgewater, VA, then prepares a meal based around their wines.  Veritas Vineyards: Veritas Vineyards at the foot of Afton Mountain in Nelson County, where we'll learn a little more of the truth about what it takes to make wine. And we'll learn about a family that pours passion and love into every bottle.  King Family Vineyards: Well it's quiet here today, but on Sunday afternoons right behind me in the polo fields the place is a buzz with activity, as friends and families gather to enjoy a little food, a little wine, and the call to replace the divots.  this is King Family Vineyards in beautiful Albemarle County. Where every guest is treated like a king, so join me today and take out that glass of wine. DuCard Vineyards: DuCard Vineyard just north of Charlottesville in beautiful Madison County at the foothills of the Shenandoah Valley National Park. Today we're going to enjoy a little wine among the vines, so stay with me and you're going to have a great time.
Barren Ridge Vineyards: Tassie Pippert visits Barren Ridge Vineyards; a small, family-owned winery in the heart of the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Where we will learn a little bit about what happens in the dormant stages of these vines so grab a glass right now. Barrel Oak Winery: Barrel Oak Winery is more than a winery. It's a special place where hand-crafted Virginia Wine pairs with friends & family. Find fun in exploration, relaxation, and conversation. Pollak Vineyards: At the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the Monticello AVA, Im here at Pollak Vineyards where bud break has occurred, that first process in the growing of the grapes. The nectar of the gods is just delicious here, so go grab a glass, its time to unwind. New Kent Vineyards: A family-owned vineyard and winery located outside Richmond, Va; Tassie takes a look at New Kent's beautiful vineyards and also their unique winery, built using reclaimed materials and heart-pine trusses from Richmond's Shockoe Bottom 1901 Southern Railroad Depot. Back home in her kitchen, Tassie will pair New Kent wines to different dishes for a delightful meal.
Williamsburg Wineries: Tassie visits the beautiful Williamsburg Winery in Williamsburg, Virginia on the Wessex Hundred. History abounds on this beautiful property, and we're here to taste their amazing wines. Go grab your glass, it's time to unwind. Chrysalis Vineyards: Chrysalis Vineyards in the Ag District of Middleburg, Virginia. Today, we're going to be talking a little bit about the mission of Chrysalis and that is to make Virginia wines renowned across the world. And the personal goal of Ms. Jenny McCloud. Barboursville Vineyards: The Barboursville Ruins, an historic landmark originally designed by Thomas Jefferson, later became known as Barboursville Vineyards and was established using European viticulture in Virginia - something Thomas Jefferson dreamed of. Tassie will talk with winemaker, Luca Paschina, about the uniqueness of Barboursville wines. Gabriele Rausse: Gabriele Rausse is considered by many to be the father of Virginia wine.
Brix and Columns Vineyards      


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