The Wine Specialist

(202) 833-0707 1133 20th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
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The Wine Specialist has been a part of the Northwest DC marketplace for over 19 years. We sit on the edge of the Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom and Georgetown neighborhoods in "The Goldon Triangle" area, and have our own distinct personality. Each member of our team has his or her own area of expertise which allows
 
The Wine Specialist to not only offer its customers an incredible selection of fine wines, but DC's best selection of single malt Scotch, cognac, sake, soju, beer and more! Over the years, The Wine Specialist has become a haven for anyone looking for that "unfindable" wine, beer, or spirit. Come meet our staff and please feel free to contact us if you have any questions, no matter how general or specific. And remember, all of our specialists are here to help!
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  • Hi everyone! Let me introduce myself briefly. I come from Valais (the viticole area in the South of Switzerland), but I'm currently studying cinematography in China. I had to make a documentary as a homework assignment so I decided to develop the subject of "Heroic Viticulture" (mountain viticulture) from Valais.I've just uploaded my work online... Read More

    Forum post in the topic (Documentary) The Heroic...


  • Winemakers are buying into the idea of biodynamic winemaking. This past week United Kingdom-based newspaper The Independent examined the emergence of biodynamic winemaking in the global market, offering the reader background about the movement, its tenets and what kind of price tags you can expect. “Wine making is a complicated business. The vag... Read More

    From the article The Biodynamic Movement: Vining by the Light of The Moon


  • “Good wines start in the vineyards.” That’s the opinion of Dean Volenberg, the new viticulture and winery operations specialist at the University of Missouri Extension, a position which also includes working as a professor in the university’s Grape and Wine Institute.  According to a University of Missouri press release, the Volenberg hire means... Read More

    From the article University of Missouri Extension Hires Viticulture Expert


  • Newsweek  contributor Lucy Shaw quickly discovered the devil was in the details of the Chilean wine scene. Shaw visited the nation's wine country, a trip which she chronicled in an article released this past Thursday. Her story began with a scene from the “Devil's Cellar” of Casillero del Diablo. “I'm standing in a vast cellar deep underground. ... Read More

    From the article Newsweek Pays a Visit To Chile's Wine Country


  • It may seem foolish but if I don’t have a glass of wine, or two, with my dinner then I can never enjoy whatever it is I’m eating. It can be the most amazing, top class gourmet meal but without a glass of wine it may as well be cardboard. And if I happen to be eating cardboard, so long as I have a glass of wine, I may just enjoy whatever it is th... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Stop Whining About the Cost...


  • The recent discovery of 1,500-year-old grape seeds in Halutza in the Negev region of Israel has led to a vineyard's questions, not the least of which is, “How can you use those old seeds to make new wine?” This past week Seattte Post-Intelligencer reporter Erika Szymanski complied a 13-step list on how to take a handful of the Negev seeds and, t... Read More

    From the article Ancient Seeds? Seattle Site Gives 13 Steps For Turning History Into Wine


  • Defending the virtues of chemical-free wines comes naturally for Isabelle Legeron. The French winemaker and Master of Wine spoke with United Kingdom-based newspaper The Telegraph this past week about her mission to bring natural wine to consumers.  “Legeron, the indomitable daughter of a Cognac winemaker and the first French woman to become a Ma... Read More

    From the article Italian Winemaker Makes A Case For Ditching Your Usual Case of (Processed) Wine


  • Cyprus and Paphos vales, the smiling LovesMight leave with joy fair Madeira’s groves;A shore so flowery, and so sweet an air,Venus might build her dearest temple there.-From Camoens’ Lusiad, 1569, Volume I Canto V I’ve got no idea who Camoens is, but I’ve used this passage twice now, both times in introductions to Madeira auctions we’ve had at C... Read More

    From the article Madeira: Twenty Years on the Comeback Trail


  • If you're entertaining the idea of writing about wine, industry experts suggest entertaining yourself with good writing. That's the opinion of six experts who spoke with Forbes reporter Cathy Huyghe this past week at Napa's Symposium for Professional Wine Writers. The best way to learn how to write about wine, the aficionados said, is to read ab... Read More

    From the article Forbes Polls Wine Symposium Attendees For Writing Tips


  • Some California vineyards may need the assistance of the Road Runner in the near future. This past month several news outlets covered the conscienceless dealings of California coyotes as they chewed, dug and rough-housed their way through vineyards. “They're the top dog in California, totaling between 1.5 and 3 million,” Fresno County Department... Read More

    From the article Furry Nemesis Having Howling-Good Time In California Vineyards


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