Wine not? WTOP’s top 10 wine stories for National Wine Day

Raw beef steak and wine
Get ready for summer with Scott Greenberg’s favorite grill-worthy wines. (Thinkstock) Wine of the Week: Steaking a claim for grill-worthy wines (Getty Images/iStockphoto/klenova)
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Because you know you still have a box of Thin Mints in your freezer … (Getty Images) They’re back: The second annual Girl Scout cookie and wine pairing guide     (Getty Images)
Speaking of your freezer, this summer, a Baltimore family is bringing Winecream (a wine ice cream) to the D.C. area. (Tasha Dooley Photography) The scoop: Boozy wine ice cream to hit Baltimore, D.C. this summer (Tasha Dooley Photography)
The Orin Swift brand offers consumers a choice of wines running the international gamut, including six labels from California and additional selections from France, Corsica and Argentina.  (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
Thinking of taking a trip to wine country? WTOP’s wine expert Scott Greenberg has the perfect itinerary for your trip to Napa. (AP Photo) Wine travel: Your passport to wine country  (AP/Eric Risberg)
Turkish wine is becoming increasingly popular in the U.S., and in 2016, you’ll be seeing more of it in your favorite restaurants and wine shops. So pop open a bottle and try something new. (WTOP/Rachel Nania) 5 reasons to try Turkish wine  
Patz & Hall produces a collection of appellation and single-vineyard designated wines each vintage, including several vineyard-designate wines that are released exclusively to members of its Salon Society wine club. (PRNewsFoto/Ste. Michelle Wine Estates) THIS CONTENT IS PROVIDED BY PRNewsfoto and is for EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
Thinking of joining a wine club? Scott Greenberg answers all your questions — and lists his favorites! (AP Photo) Wine of the Week: All about wine clubs (PR NEWSWIRE)
From junk-food pairings to holiday markets to scenic runs, Virginia's vineyards offer a variety of events and activities to keep you and your tastebuds entertained this season.  (WTOP/Rachel Nania)
What was once thought of as an overly sweet wine with a fate destined for a budget-friendly box is now experiencing a renaissance. We talk all-things rosé with Virginia’s Early Mountain Vineyards. (WTOP/Rachel Nania) The rise of rosé: From the stigmatized box to the respected bottle (WTOP/Rachel Nania)
Skip over more traditional pairings — say, wine and cheese — and go straight for the unusual … like music. A local vineyard holds an annual wine and music pairing event. (WTOP/Rachel Nania) Mozart and malbec: Vineyard pairs wine with music (WTOP/Rachel Nania)
FILE -- Today, you can routinely find Burgundy wines on wine lists at many fine dining sushi restaurants. And when you do, you’ll have a sushi chef in Maryland  to thank for it. (Getty Images/iStockphoto/kityowong)
What do you drink with sushi? Scott Greenberg pulls out the best sushi wines. (Thinkstock) Wine of the Week: Sushi wine (Getty Images/iStockphoto/kityowong)
When it comes to enjoying wine, it's time to think outside the bottle. Here are some refreshing wine cocktails for summer from the owners of D.C.'s Dcanter. (WTOP/Rachel Nania)
When it comes to enjoying wine, it’s time to think outside the bottle. Michael Warner and Michelle Lim Warner, owners of Dcanter in Eastern Market, share their favorite wine-centric sips for summer. (WTOP/Rachel Nania) Think outside the bottle: Make cocktails with wine for your summer soirées (WTOP/Rachel Nania)
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Raw beef steak and wine
GirlScoutCookies.jpg
The Orin Swift brand offers consumers a choice of wines running the international gamut, including six labels from California and additional selections from France, Corsica and Argentina.  (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
Patz & Hall produces a collection of appellation and single-vineyard designated wines each vintage, including several vineyard-designate wines that are released exclusively to members of its Salon Society wine club. (PRNewsFoto/Ste. Michelle Wine Estates) THIS CONTENT IS PROVIDED BY PRNewsfoto and is for EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
From junk-food pairings to holiday markets to scenic runs, Virginia's vineyards offer a variety of events and activities to keep you and your tastebuds entertained this season.  (WTOP/Rachel Nania)
FILE -- Today, you can routinely find Burgundy wines on wine lists at many fine dining sushi restaurants. And when you do, you’ll have a sushi chef in Maryland  to thank for it. (Getty Images/iStockphoto/kityowong)
When it comes to enjoying wine, it's time to think outside the bottle. Here are some refreshing wine cocktails for summer from the owners of D.C.'s Dcanter. (WTOP/Rachel Nania)

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