Monthly Archives: February 2011

WTOP Wine of the Week – The Wonderful Wines of Argentina

Here is a recap of last Friday’s Wine of the Week where I covered a couple of great Malbec wines from Bodega Septima. Click the link below to listen in. Cheers! February 25, 2011 – WTOP Radio Wine of the … Continue reading

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The Wines of Argentina

Argentina has been making wine since Spanish missionaries brought vine cuttings to the South American country over 400 years ago. However, until the early 1970’s, most of the wine produced was rustic in nature and intended mostly for domestic use. … Continue reading

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Minyan Wine Dinner at Galileo 3 – The Shoot Out!

  This is a report on the annual Minyan Shoot Out Wine Dinner that was held at Galileo 3 restaurant last week (BTW – the service and food at this restaurant was a ten – thank you Sandra for all … Continue reading

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WTOP Wine of the Week – First Date Wines!!!

“What is a good ‘first date’ wine”? This was the question I was recently asked by Patrick, a twenty-one year old college student, who explained that he wants to invite a young lady over for dinner, but he’s on a … Continue reading

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First Date Wines

Let’s say that you invite a young lady over for dinner and want to impress her with a good bottle of wine, but you don’t want to spend a lot of money in case, you know, it doesn’t work out. This … Continue reading

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Wines to Enchance Romance for Valentine’s Day

Looking for that special wine to share with that special someone this Valentine’s Day? The right wine just may mean the difference between amore or the door… Check out the recommendations in this week’s Examiner Newspaper. DC Examiner February 10, … Continue reading

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Super Wine Pairings with Super Bowl Fare!

In our house, we rarely need an excuse to reach for the cork screw over the bottle opener, but when the cooking is elevated from chow to cuisine, the decision is a no-brainer. But what wine we select is always … Continue reading

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