Modern Luxury DC, by Michael McCarthy

Real estate mogul Donna Evers’ interests continue to grow, along with the selection of exceptional wines at her vineyard. Donna Evers admits her wine story sounds like a Bob Dylan song. She was traveling on a train from Munich to…

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Wonder Women of Georgetown

The Georgetowner, by Peggy Sands, November 9-22, 2016 Did it all begin 75 years ago with a comic book? For some time now, we’ve been noticing – with awe – the rising influence of inspirational, high-achieving women throughout the Washington…

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Autumn 2016 – Fall is in the air

August, 2016 It’s the most exciting time of year, when we are headed for harvest. I expect a good harvest for all the grapes- Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc and Merlot, and we will pick in late September or early October. Since…

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All Aboard! We’re Heading for the Mountains

  • September 9, 2015

The Georgetowner, by Donna Evers, September-October 2015 The railroad was the only way to travel distances in 1900, when the Washington and Old Dominion Railroad ran all the way from Georgetown to Bluemont, Virginia, a resort town at the front…

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Donna Evers: Weekend Winemaker

  • September 6, 2015

Bethesda Magazine, September-October 2015 Twin Oaks Tavern Winery & its proprietor, Donna Evers, have been revisited by Bethesda Magazine for another wonderful article in the fall edition of their magazine. Along with incredibly beautiful photographs by Skip Brown, the article…

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Summer 2015 – The Vineyards Grow !

Summer 2015 – The Vineyards Grow !

August, 2015 We bottled our wine at the end of June this year, and when we stacked all of our cases inside, I saw that we had an instant need to expand our workspace. So, time for a new addition!…

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Fall in the Wine Cellar

  • November 14, 2014

November, 2014 Our successful harvest is over and we are very busy with wine making! Our Chardonnay is still in second (malolactic) fermentation and most of the red wines have completed both fermentations. The malolactic, or second fermentation is trickier…

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