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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All Aboard, We’re Heading to the Mountains

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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The 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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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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Bottling Day at Twin Oaks!

April, 2014 We had a beautiful spring day for bottling and our whole crew showed up plus some volunteers, who were so very welcome. We had Scott and Clay, Jimmy and his son, Claudia’s daughter, Bill and his able crew,…

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Spring 2014!

March, 2014 Spring at last! In the vineyard, we are busy assessing the damage done by the harsh winter, especially on our very young Merlot vines. We will probably have to order more vines than usual this spring to replace…

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Let’s Hear it for Norton, the All-American Wine

The Georgetowner, by Donna Evers When Thomas Jefferson, America’s best known wine connoisseur, was Ambassador to France after the American Revolution he traveled extensively in France, Germany and Italy, visiting the best vineyards he could find and establishing relationships with…

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Winter At The Winery – 2013

December, 2013 On the mountain, we have a micro-climate that is different from lower altitudes - we get fog, ice and snow when no one else does and we get more of everything. The vineyard has already been covered with…

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Mulling through the holidays

  • December 21, 2013

Loudoun Times Mirror - Dec 2013 - by Trevor Baratko The perfect holiday recipe has nothing to do with gingerbread men or pumpkin pie or a roast turkey. It's all about Bing Crosby's crisp melodies accompanied by a crackling fireplace…

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Observer Newspaper (Virginia) Interview

The Observor, July 2014 Answers to your questions — Although we didn’t open the tasting room until 2009, we planted the vineyard in 2000 and had our first harvest in 2002, which is also the first time I made wine.…

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