Throughout the Mid-Atlantic, folks are probably celebrating a prolonged
Valentines Day – curling up with their loved ones to stay warm after
hours outside shoveling snow. There may not be an opportunity to get to a
flower shop for the traditional bouquet of roses, but hopefully there
is some sparkling rosé in the fridge. And if not, I have a few
suggestions up and down the budget range in today’s Washington Post Food section.
- RT @itswinebyme: Happy 40th Joel Peterson and @ravenswoodwine! Who knew his first target market was DC!Thanks @dmwine for the intel! https:…Tweeted 1 day ago
- RT @ArrowineInc: If you combine "wine" with "dinner", the new word is "winner".Tweeted 2 days ago
- Thanks, Ray! twitter.com/islewine/statu…Tweeted 5 days ago
- The #Nationals manager compares his #wine and #baseball seasons. washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/food…Tweeted 6 days ago
- RT @DrncPno: Dusty Baker sees similarities in his team, wine and baseball wpo.st/qvVz1 via @dmwineTweeted 6 days ago
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