Co-owner and Beverage Director Sebastian Zutant worked Virginia's Castle Hill cidery to produce the beverage.
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Zutant hasn't had a chance to taste the final product quite yet, but he anticipates that it will be "pretty damn light and crisp."
"With so many craft beers and wine, it becomes hard to distinguish between companies," says co-owner Scott Magnuson.
DC Coast and alcohol delivery app Klink are both doing promotions.
Iron Gate, Founding Farmers, Kapnos, The Red Hen, The Passenger, and more all have their own private labels.
Wine businesses for every kind of palate—and wallet—opened across the D.C.-area this year, from urban tasting rooms to pop-up wine bars and cozy shops. Here are eight new places to buy bottles, order a glass, and learn more about the grapes. Eno Wine Bar, 2810 Pennsylvania Ave. NW The tidy Georgetown space that opened in October […]
Putting together the wine list at a brewery might seem like a futile task. After all, who orders a glass of chardonnay when there are more than 20 craft beers made onsite? But The Arsenal at Bluejacket, opening today, anticipates the answer is somebody. And so while all the buzz around the Navy Yard brewery […]
Tonight: City Paper hosts its "Best of DC 2012 voting party at Carmine's in Penn Quarter. Free food provided. All we ask in return is your humble opinion on the tastiest stuff in town. Meanwhile, on Capitol Hill, popular cafe and wifi hotspot Pound is launching its new dinner service at 5 p.m. sharp, serving […]
Last week, Y&H reported that Sax restaurant's staggering collection of 70 different varieties of sparkling wine, once thought to be the largest in the District, was recently leapfrogged by Marcel's, which now boasts more than 100 labels of champagne and other bubblies. Contacted for comment, Sax sommelier Andrew Stover responds via email:
When D.C.'s Sax restaurant made its splashy debut last spring, the operators boasted of having the largest single collection of sparkling wines in the entire District: a total of 70 different varieties, including a few with some unusual names: "Sex," "Wet" and the unforgettable "Discobitch." Of course, Sax wasn't the only place bragging about its […]