Wonder why Virginia’s oysters taste oh-so-divine? You’ll find out the reason through our featured travel clip of the day!

Located in the eastern part of Virginia is an American river, named Rappahannock River, wherein one of the country’s best oysters is found.


If the foodie in you is always curious about where your food comes from, then traveling to this estuary will lead you to tasting the least salty oysters produced by the East Coast. Find out more about these smooth and sweet-flavored mine oysters, which are perfect for combining with good wines, in the Rappahannock River in this travel vid uploaded by The Perennial Plate.
 

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