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Andrew H Meyrowitz

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Andrew H MeyrowitzAndy Meyrowitz is the beverage director and sommelier at The Wine Harvest and The Wine Harvest at Park Potomac, a profession he has enjoyed for over 10 years. He studied hospitality at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and received his First Level Sommelier certificate from the Court of Master Sommeliers. Andy thrives on connecting his professional passion to his love of Jewish tradition, culture and community. As a specialist of alcoholic beverages, he always tries to focus each drink with the right situation, connecting this to his Jewish upbringing where there was wine on the table on Friday and Saturday nights for Shabbat, Passover and in other times of celebration as well as mourning. For Andy, moderation is the key to a happy life of enjoying wine.

Wines Celebrate New Year for Trees

by Andrew H Meyrowitz

Wines Celebrate New Year for Trees

The holiday of Tu b’Shevat is known as the New Year for the Trees. In celebration of this holiday, it is customary for people to eat fruits and nuts from the trees and drink wines that are sweeter and fruity as well. I have picked out some wines that will pair well with fruits and

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Fun and Healthy Red Wines

by Andrew H Meyrowitz

Fun and Healthy Red Wines

New Year’s resolutions have come in and out of people’s heads, but I have come up with one that is very easy and obtainable. This year’s you may want to consider drinking some fun and affordable wines which actually seem to have some health benefits when drunk in moderation! The wines I have showcased in

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Fried Food and Wine Can Be Friends

by Andrew H Meyrowitz

Fried Food and Wine Can Be Friends

Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, is also the Festival of Fried Foods, and finding the right wines for all that oily food is not so easy. When considering fried foods and wine, I focus on white wines because of their acidic levels and their clean fruit and mineral notes. Here are two wines that will

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