Monthly Archives: August 2011

WTOP Radio Wine of the Week – Networking Throuhg Wine

Tired of using Facebook and Twitter to meet people? How about making new friends by opening a bottle of wine? We tried it on our last vacation in Park City, UT and it was so much fun, we’ve vowed to … Continue reading

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Social Networking Through Wine

Do you use Facebook or Twitter to “meet” people that you might never really meet? Well, how about expanding your social network in person through the shared connection of wine? Check out this week’s Vine Guy column in this week’s … Continue reading

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Loire Valley White Wines – Delicate, Delicious and Discovered

The Loire Valley is one of the most picturesque vineyard sites in France and has traditionally been known mostly for its delicate and charming white wines; melon de bourgone (muscadet), sauvignon blanc, and chenin blanc. The wines of the Loire … Continue reading

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WTOP Radio Wine of the Week – To Ship or Not To Ship

Just because you can now have wine shipped to your doorstep in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia, does it mean you should? Listen in to this week’s WTOP Radio Wine of the Week segment to hear the pros … Continue reading

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Clicks Versus Bricks

Now that most states allow consumers to have wine shipped to their residences (with Maryland being the latest state to join the club on July 1st), wine lovers have a broader choice when it comes to buying wines they love. … Continue reading

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WTOP Radio Wine of the Week – White Burgundy Values

This week on WTOP Radio, I shared some of my favorite values for White Burgundies. Click here to listen in and find out which Burgundies offer the best value.

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