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When consumers think Maryland, they think crab, not wine. Maryland's wine industry, while not a powerhouse in the world of vino, has seen tremendous growth over the past decade and the state has the potential to become a major center of wine production in time.
Over a boozy brunch at Belga Café in Capitol Hill, new friends Vanessa French, 38, and Lisa Byrne, 35, bonded over their love of wine and their frustration with its omission from the list of week-long celebrations in D.C. So they made their own.
There's another beverage that's filling locals' glasses and the need for a homegrown, seasonal taste -- and it's got a crisp, hard edge.
It is growing in popularity in Britain and Australia. But is low-alcohol wine taking off in the D.C. area?
James Madison's Montpelier has added a new component to its annual celebration of the signing of the Constitution: Wine.
Wine has long been touted as the heart-healthy alcohol of choice. But could its less fancy cousin, beer have some redeeming qualities in the health arena?
Farmer's markets in Maryland can now offer one-stop shopping for fresh food and homegrown wine.
With the D.C. area's proximity to Virginia's wine country, visits to local vineyards are often top of mind as a way to relax and unwind in a scenic part of the state.
Cordial Fine Wine and Beer, which specializes in obscure liquors, opened its first store at Union Market last month.
Alcohol increases the likelihood you'll wake up in the middle of the night.