Where to find me

Back when I was regularly updating this blog, several readers who were not subscribers to The Washington Post asked me where they could read my columns. You know, pesky paywall and all.

First of all, I want to urge everyone to subscribe to The Post. You not only get my columns, but first-class journalism and commentary about what’s happening in Washington and around the world. And of course, the world’s greatest newspaper Food section, with content updated daily (mine on Thursdays, ahead of the print edition the following Wednesday). Yeah okay, I’ve waving the flag here a bit, but the Food section is really outstanding. And of course, it can’t survive without subscribers.

That said, you can find my writings on my Authory page, at www.authory.com/davemcintyre. I can’t say this is a complete archive, as I believe even The Post doesn’t have all of my articles from 2008 available online for some reason. And my two-year career reviewing restaurants for DC Modern Luxury might as well have never happened, though I think I have hard copies somewhere. And when I link to past articles, they’ll pop up on my Authory page, so no pesky paywall.

For example, here’s my Valentine’s Day themed column from 2015, which still holds together though the vintage reference to 2011 Ports is dated. And you’ll see one of my favorite recurring themes — Brachetto d’Acqui with chocolate desserts. Spoiler alert, that pairing appears in my column going online today at WashingtonPost.com/Food

About Dave McIntyre

Wine columnist for The Washington Post, co-founder of DrinkLocalWine.com, and blogger at Dave McIntyre's WineLine (dmwineline.com).
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