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WINE | An engineer by day, historian by night raises a glass to the past on his blog, Hogshead.
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Dave McIntyre’s picks range in price from $15 to $24, and one honors a dog that hunts truffles.
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FIRST BITE | At the Capella hotel, the former Palena chef puts his stamp on Georgetown’s dining scene.
Dave McIntyre’s picks range in price from an $11 California chardonnay to a $28 cab franc from Virginia.
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This week’s selections range in price from an $18 New Mexico rosé to a $70 Douro Valley port.
Our wine columnist advises stocking up on the $8 cabernet franc, made in the style of an Australian shiraz.
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Bars with extensive craft selections train servers and pourers on the finer points of hops, casks and ales.
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Ann Harvey Yonkers and Bernadine “Bernie” Prince opened D.C.’s first producers’ farmers market in 1997.
This week’s selections come from France and California, and range in price from $15 to $30.
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A Southeast Asian bistro in Georgetown attracts with its revamped dining room and little else.