Big Sips, Small Bites: General Warren Inn's Spring Rolls

PLUS: Why Black Walnut Winery’s Sèmillon should be your newest bottle to try.

The Sip

With a remarkable depth of flavor, Black Walnut Winery’s Sèmillon sashayed onto the local wine market in June, captivating connoisseurs and novices alike with its melding of honey and vanilla aromas among fine-tuned lemon, butterscotch and pear flavors. This well-structured white is also suitable for aging.

$17. 3000 Lincoln Highway, Sadsburyville; (610) 857-5566,

The Bite

Found in the shareable section of General Warren Inne’s Tavern Terrace menu, executive chef Phil Dersch’s vegetarian spring rolls are a deceptively fresh and simple delight. But what really sets this bar snack apart is the dipping sauce. Rich and velvety, it’s made from pureed edamame, with a kick of wasabi.

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$9.50. 9 Village Way, Malvern; (610) 296-3637,

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