Besides the different celebrations throughout October, the governor’s office also announced the start of the “harvest party,” hosted at various Virginia wineries and restaurants to revel in this season’s harvest.
On this week’s Wine of the Week, Scott Greenberg takes readers on a wine tour through France’s Loire Valley.
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.
There is one wine region that is arguably the most famous in all of Italy: Tuscany. And there is one very old appellation in Tuscany that is arguably the most recognized: Chianti. WTOP wine expert Scott Greenberg takes us on a tour of Chianti Classico wines.
Behind-the-scenes quirks of the Elysee Palace had a rare public airing Saturday, when the home of French presidents since 1848 opened its heavy and typically closed doors to a small, but lucky group of ordinary citizens. See photos.
The specter of climate change is haunting the vineyards of France, and its creeping effects, including chaotic weather, are becoming the new normal. See photos of the vineyards in France.
For just $805,000, the world’s northernmost vineyard could be yours — if you can catch up with the changing climate.
Italian winemakers are producing cleaner, more nuanced wines than ever before, and Scott Greenberg takes readers on a tour of his favorites.
Restaurant Week isn’t just for food. Diners can find a number of wine deals throughout the region, as well.
On a hot summer day, beer can be too filling and some white wines can be too cloying. So, what’s a red-wine loving wine lover to do? Rosé, of course!
The DNA technology that pieces together family trees is not limited to humans. Scientists are using the same genome-mapping approach to better understand the history of wine.
After a World Cup win, it seems like a good time to trot out the carte des vins and pick out a few French classics that are also sure to be winners.
Tour Greece in the glass. Scott Greenberg shares his favorite Greek wines.
The collection featured two red wines, honoring Elisabeth Moss and Alexis Bledel‘s characters, Offred and Ofglen, as well as a white wine for Yvonne Strahovski‘s character, Serena Joy. Each wine had its own marketing copy, praising its virtues. It clearly didn’t go over well online.
A few favorite wines that can help you beat the heat and keep your cool this summer.