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A year after its big move, here's how Salted Vines winery is doing in Frankford
Sometimes, outgrowing something is not always so bad. The Route 54 landmark, Fenwick Wine Cellars, may have been gone for a year now, but it has not been forgotten.
A new and improved location has taken up residency in Frankford, now known as Salted Vines Vineyard & Winery, and it is attracting positive vibes from neighbors and out-of-town guests alike, who can partake in events offered Wednesdays through Saturdays throughout the year in addition to wine tastings.
After slow start, Delaware wineries gain momentum
Wine regions, like grape varieties, blossom and mature at different rates. While some spread their vines quickly, others are much slower to develop.
The latter scenario has been the case with Delaware’s budding wine-producing industry.
Cork & Fork Aficionado Review
The other day while on a short trip to Ocean City, Maryland, my mom and I drove just over the state line to Delaware. I was on a mission to scratch off another state on my fifty states, fifty wineries bucket list. Luckily Salted Vines Vineyard and Winery is just a short distance away from my parents’ house at the shore, and I had not been to a winery in Delaware yet.
Bigger venue means bigger concerts for Salted Vines
Crowds have been flocking to watch local bands perform at the Salted Vines Vineyard & Winery’s new, larger location near Frankford.
The Virginia Grape Review
Salted Vines Vineyard & Winery was originally named Fenwick Wine Cellars. It was little more than a tasting room in a small strip mall in Selbyville, Delaware. In 2016, owners Adrian and Jessica Mobilia moved to property a few miles west, planted a couple acres of vines and built a proper tasting room.
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New at Delaware beaches: A fresh squadron of restaurants, plus concert space, bowling alley
While the vacationers have been away, coastal Delaware has been busy. Visitors will find more restaurants than ever to satisfy their palates. There's also a new concert space and a bowling alley with food.
Find out what's new to coastal Delaware in 2017
Delaware's tourism industry is working to make sure it's the "first state" on travelers' minds for summer excursions....
New Frankford winery to host New Year’s Eve party
The new Salted Vines Vineyard and Winery recently opened in Frankford, and management said their new facility will be perfect for the New Year’s Eve party they have planned.
Small Fenwick winery grows into a new location, new name
For Adrian Mobilia, making wine has always been more than just a hobby.
"It's been my whole life," he said.