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August 8, 2003

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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Aug. 8 - Aug. 14, 2003 - 95 TEL00L'00 ER I Steve Kogler August 8, 2003 Living ":4.J The Ultimate Chocolate Chip" There are moments In life that are so good that you Just have to sit hack and say, 'q'HIS IS LiViNG!" I don't think Martha Stewart has said that lately - but that's another story. One summer, not long ago, we spent our evenings watching sunsets, drinking wine and taste-testing my chocolate chip cookie recipe and believe me - that was living. So get your apron on, open a bottle of your favorite wine and start making some cookies. If you have any questions about the recipe or need a bottle of wine that is perfect for making cookies, Just give me a call. Steve Koglers Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookie 2 sticks (1/2 pound) unsalted butter (softened) 1 cup sugar 1 cup packed dark brown sugar 1 tablespoon real vanilla 2 jumbo eggs 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 1 1/2 cups pecans (blended) 1 1/2 all purpose unbleached flour 1 1/2 cups roiled oats (blended) 1 - 1ounce square semi-sweet chocolate (blended) 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda ......... 1 112 cups walnuts (chopped) 24 ounces chocolate chips Measure 1 112 cups of whole or chopped pecans and blend to a fine texture/paste (if using a blender, pulse the nuts so they do not'bum). Measure 1 1/2 cups of whole roiled oats and blend to a flour. Chop 1 ounce of semi-sweet chocolate and blend to a powder. Soften butter and mix in with sugar. Add vanilla, eggs and salt. Mix in pecans, flour, oats, blended chocolate, baking powder and baking soda. Now mix in the chopped walnuts and chocolate chips. Spoon the dough out onto a parchment lined baking sheet and bake in a pre-heated oven at 350 degrees for 17 - 20 minutes. Makes 100 two-inch cookies. Feel free to distribute this recipe and -'" bottle of wine to your friends. Fr,00nch Wine Sommelier and Educator Hosts 2 Wine Tasting Seminars Yves Borguet, Sommeller and Wine Educator, formerly from Le Bec Fin in Philadelphia, will guide us through several regions of France like Alsace, Loire, Bordeaux, Rhone and Burgundy and Introduce us to some Incredible values. The seating is very limited, so call today and book your seat for this wonderful tasting. Saturday August 16th l pm & 3:30pm For Reservations Call: Teller Wines 302-644-7400 RiesSng A Noble Grape Riesling (reece-Iing) is a grape that can produce the finest white wines that range from dry to very sweet. Its reputation is still tainted because of poor quality sweet wines that came into this country in the lg60's and early 1970's. German laws passed In the lg70's restricted the use of adding sugar to the highest quality wines. Many Rieslings available today are dry, very tasty and usually a great value. Some of the best wines that we tasted this year are German Rieslings from their stellar 2001 vintage. Ratzenberger Estate, Germany Famous for their Riesling Some great values are the Keller QbA trocken, Ratzenberger Kabinett trocken and the Ratzenberger Kabinett halbtrocken. GREAT WINES Haflan Estate Napa Valley 19ee Ne At the 2003 Napa Valley Wine Auction, a lO-magnum (a magnum Is 2 bottles) vertical from 1990 - 1999 went for $340,000. Wine Spectator gave the 1999 vintage 97 points. We only have two bottles left. This Is a rare treat. Tohu By Klmberiy Noon On January 8th, 2003, a group of 20 American d(strlbutors, wholesalers and retailers were led on a Journey through culture hosted by the TOHU Winery In New Zealand. It was a Journey that I can soy - I will namer forget. This trip to MarlOnrougb, NZ transformed my life and gave me a new Irceptlan about the New Zealand people end their wines. I left my heart In New Zealand. The Maod welcomed our group for three days Into their community. I recall - after a 20 hour non-stop flight from L.A. - Just touching groued and then holeg swept away on a bus for half a (lay and then practicing our waieth (why-a ta) "America the Ileautlful" that we would slug to the Maorl. To the Ivieori, song (waieth) Is their expressien of formal greeting. When the bus finally stopped, I thought that I was going to die. Instead their reception and song brought tears to my eyes. Ks we stepped off the hos, 500 Maorl were lined up In front of their vineyard to greet us. The Mnorl are Indigenous New Zealanders and they own TOHU Winery. There are over 3,000 Maorl 'shareholders'. The name qOHU' In Maori translates as 'mark' or %/mhol'. The wines, like the people and the landscape, are breathtaking and abso,ely amazg. currently there are three basic fruit driven wines from TOHU Winery hore ie Delawa. Sauvignon Blanc. Chordonnay and Pieot NOW. August 8th Wine Styles OTW "SOLD OUT" 0TW:0fThe World. Explore different styles of wine from around the world - from sparkling to still from dry to sweet. 6pro - Call Teller Wines for reservations: 302-644-7400. August 16th French Wine Seminar Join Yves Borguey from Sussex Wine Merchants and explore the wines of France paired with regional cheeses from Beautiful Foods. Seminars start at 1pro and 3"_30pro - limited seating. Call Teller Wines for reservations 3O2-644-74OO. August 22nd Wine Tasting 101 Learn the basics of tasting wine as we explore the six major grape varieties that make 80% of the world's great wines. 6pro - 7pro - Call Teller Wines for reservations: 302-644-7400. August 23rd Tasting Panel This FREE tasting on Saturday will Include at least 16 wines that we have never tasted. 2pm - 7pm. Teller Wines 8p.d O. The Teller Wines' wine room can only hold about 3,840 bottles of wine and we may not always have that special wine that you love. We are experts at special ordering wines at amazing prices. We have even been able to bring in products that were never before available in Delaware. Here is a short list of wines that we do not carry but can special order. All special orders are at least 20% off regular retail. The prices below are for in-person prepaid full case special request orders only and are based on August "03 prices & availability. All bottles are 750mi, 12 per case unless noted. All orders must be received by August 25th to receive the special pricing. Conchs Y Toro Marques De Case Merlot Case $I 19.88 $9.99/bottle Lindemans Padthaway Chardonnay Case $83.88 $6.99/bottle Echelon Chardonnay Case $91.92 $7.66/bottle Chalone Pinot Blanc Case $215.88 $17./ttle Banff Bmllo Bi Mcntalcino Case $479.88 $39.99/bottle