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Learn how to pair South American food with delicious wine from the region.
If you have a wine lover on your holiday gift list, Washington Examiner wine columnist Scott Greenberg has you covered.
Some wines are just worth looking for.
Most of us can't wait to get out of Washington, D.C. in August. But if you're considering sticking around next week, there are two things that will work in your favor; less traffic and the annual summer Restaurant Week dine-a-thon.
Pinot Blanc originally hails from the Burgundy region of France, where it was commonly mistaken as chardonnay.
So in between sips and spits, I thought I'd call in and provide a few recommendations for Father's Day.
Last week, I talked about touring Italy with red wines, which is great, but Italy, the second-largest wine producing country in the world also makes world class white wines.
While the summer solstice, the longest day of the year, may mark the official start of summer as June 20th this year, Memorial Day weekend kicks off the psychological beginning of the season.
I know that the old adage about gift giving is that it's the thought that counts, but this Mother's Day mom thinks it would be wonderful to receive a tasteful gift.
Leaves sprouting on trees, cherry blossoms in bloom and enough pollen in the air to fill a stadium all combine to announce the arrival of spring in Washington.