Friday, April 19, 2013
Chain Bridge Cellars is open at 1351 Chain Bridge Road, Mc Lean.
Looking to try some fine wines this weekend? Chain Bridge Cellars at 1351 Chain Bridge Road will offer free tastings on Saturdays starting tomorrow and continuing through May 25. Every Saturday, wine enthusiasts can check out themed wine tastings, featuring wines from a particular region or grape, along with samples of cheese and charcuterie. Watch for extra special tastings, including visits from importers and winemakers, on www.ChainBridgeCellars.com. Tastings will take place from noon until 4 p.m. April 20 and 27 and May 4, 11, 18 and 25. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 703-356-6500 or visit the webpage www.ChainBridgecellars.com. Chain Bridge Cellars is a wine store in downtown McLean, in the …
Friday, December 28, 2012
Sparkling wine? Champagne? If you're a little confused, Chain Bridge Cellars answers the basics (and how to avoid spending a fortune.)
Champagne is as synonymous with New Year's Eve as eggs are to Easter. But picking the right bottle can be a little daunting with all the choices out there - and the price ranges. Meg House of Chain Bridge Cellars breaks down what you need to know to start the new year off with a sparkle and a pop! Happy New Year! 1. Do you need to spend a lot of money to buy a good Champagne? Yes and no. “Real” Champagne – sparkling wine from the Champagne region of France – is fairly expensive to make (and has still more cost tacked on for marketing in the case of big-name brands), so it tends to cost more than other sparkling wines. We have excellent non-vintage Champagne in stock from $27 with top “tete de cuvee” wines like Pol Roger Winston …
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Do you need help with holiday wine shopping? Stop by this local shop.
It's hard to resist the lure of big box stores this time of year. The turkeys are cheaper. The deals are abundant. You can usually cross all the items on your list off in one convenient shop. But in advance of Small Business Saturday, McLean Patch is highlighting small businesses in our area, including Chain Bridge Cellars. Meg House, with Chain Bridge Cellars, graciously answered a few questions for McLean Patch. So skip the wine aisle at the local megamart. Stop by a local shop. You might even learn a thing or two about wine (and get a little holiday shopping done, to boot.) 1. Give us a little history behind the Chain Bridge Cellars. When did you open? Why did you choose McLean? The wine store has been in McLean for about a quarter …
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Chain Bridge Cellars is hosting a free Thanksgiving wine selection festival.