This year’s California-based Super Bowl is having a profound impact on the beverage of choice at Santa Clara’s Levi’s Stadium. During the game, lots of wine will be served. Here are the best picks for your own party.
When compared to states, the District is at the top of the list for getting wine shipped to the front door.
Instead of planning your next wine vacation in Tuscany or Napa Valley, visit these picturesque regions to sample the wine of the future.
Get a taste of Spain without splurging on airfare. A local wine bar is offering free flamenco, plus specialty-priced Spanish wines on Sunday evenings.
The story behind two of California’s most delicious wineries — plus a handful of picks for your glass.
This year, resolve to enjoy more wines. Scott Greenberg offers his best picks for 2016.
The significance of the sun is on the rise at Sunset Hills Vineyard. The Loudoun County business is leading the wine industry’s efforts in sustainability with its 245 solar panels.
WTOP’s Wine of the Week columnist Scott Greenberg discusses the ins-and-outs of Champagne, and recommends his best picks for the holidays.
It’s time to broaden your tastebuds and go beyond Bordeaux. Here are five reasons why you should try Turkish wine this year.
Here are four wines that will put a little sparkle in your holiday season.
There is a huge assortment of accessories to suit every wine lover’s interest as well as the buyer’s pocketbook. Here is a list of wine-themed ideas that every wine enthusiast will love.
Americans have a sweet tooth. We crave doughnuts, candy bars and nearly every conceivable flavor of ice cream. That’s why it’s surprising that many wine consumers ignore dessert wines.
Most pair beer and wine with food — but yoga? Classes that combine downward dogs and drinking are booming in the D.C. area.
WASHINGTON — A California man who’s doing time for selling counterfeit wine had quite the collection of authentic wine as well. Now — for a price — some of that wine can be yours. Starting…
Each year, we like to pick a wine theme for Thanksgiving and have some fun with it. And while the themes may change annually, the challenge of pairing wines with a traditional Thanksgiving meal still remains the same.