At the vineyards surrounding the D.C. area, fall is harvest season — a time of year when the grapes are picked, pressed and turned into wine. But one D.C. spot is proving that you don’t have to be knee-deep in vines to be in harvest mode.
This spring, you can drink the very first made-in-D.C. rosé when District Winery releases its inaugural wine — a 2017 dry rosé — on April 22.
D.C. is known for its breweries and distilleries. Now, the nation’s capital is cultivating a collection of wineries. City Winery opens this spring — and only half the focus is on wine.
Your weekend winery visits are about to get a whole lot more convenient.
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