WTOP wine guy Scott Greenberg knows the budget is tight for your upcoming wedding. And everyone has a snooty aunt who is bound to be critical of your wine selection. He’s here to help.
WTOP wine guy Scott Greenberg is a romantic at heart. This Valentine’s Day, he offers wine recommendations to busy couples that will help them close their laptops and feel the romance.
Most people stock up on beer for the game, and the associated foods, but WTOP Wine Guy Scott Greenberg says plenty of wines go well with the football banquet. See his recommendations.
When it gets frigid, a good glass of port wine can warm you up. WTOP’s wine guy Scott Greenberg shares the different kinds of port that can keep the chills away.
WTOP Wine Guy Scott Greenberg has some news: Enjoying red Burgundies no longer requires a line of credit and a numbered Swiss bank account. Here are his picks.
It is not often that you read the words “value” and “Burgundy” in the same sentence, but this is exactly the kind of good news that’s coming out of France these days. Value Burgundies are here.
It’s time to think more outside the box — and possibly inside the box — this year, particularly when it comes to wines that may not come in a traditional glass bottle. Alternative packaging, such as boxes and cans, now feature wines worth drinking.
The holiday season is wrapping up and, hopefully, what’s left of your energy can now be focused on one last detail: Which wines to serve on New Year’s Eve? And guess which wine goes with just about anything … Champagne!
The clock is quickly ticking down toward Christmas and ordering or finding the right decanter or wine tote in time for delivery at this late date might take a Christmas miracle.
Wine expert Scott Greenberg said that there’s still time to find just the right gift for wine-loving friends and family members on your shopping list and have it delivered in time for Christmas.
Yes, it’s cold outside, but for Wine Guy Scott Greenberg, that’s a good thing. Like flannel sheets or a bowl of chili, big red wines provide warmth and contentment. Here are Greenberg’s suggestions in this “Wine of the Week.”
Charming, well-rounded, with loads of depth and a touch of earthiness. I could be describing a wine, but it is also an apt description of Julia Jackson, daughter of legendary wine entrepreneur, Jess Jackson, who in her own right has become something of a legend herself.
From tart cranberries to sweet potatoes, there is a plethora of complex flavors that makes picking the right wine on Thanksgiving a genuine challenge.
In this “Wine of the Week,” WTOP’s Scott Greenberg explores the vintages in Oregon’s Willamette Valley.
This smoky and complex red wine that had loads of fruit, great balance and nice acidity, all wrapped around a velvety frame, flummoxed a bunch of sommeliers and wine-lovers during a recent gathering.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.
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