The Washington, D.C., area offers many ways and opportunities for new wine lovers to learn about the fruits of the vine. The Washington Post
has noticed, and the June 23 “Weekend” section features a cover story
on wine clubs, vineyard visits, and “offline” tastings of Internet
chat-room oenophiles. There’s also a tasty little sidebar offering advice for novices from some of D.C.’s finest sommeliers as well as, well, me.
- @pgsalvador That’s not my email address. Send me a DM.Tweeted 2 weeks ago
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- Amazing California Syrah (with a sploosh of Grenache). A “Rhône” style #wine, yes, but with a decidedly delicious C… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Tweeted 1 month ago
- Textbook Bordeaux, with all the right flavors of graphite (pencil), black currant etc etc, but without the stress o… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Tweeted 1 month ago
- I don’t know who Barry is, or why he’d keep a pet moth, but this is one heck of a nice #wine. Deep and rich, with p… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Tweeted 1 month ago
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