The recently opened District Winery in Navy Yard is the city’s first urban winemaking spot. Here are the top five things to do when you visit District Winery.
As the city’s first official winery, this waterfront spot should be your go-to if you’re all about vino. Take a seat at the winery’s shiny new bar and sample a selection of the top wines available, with flights that are carefully curated to match the season.
Head out on a tour of the urban winery to see exactly how wine gets made in this space. You’ll get a chance to explore the wooden barrels, steel vats, and blending rooms—getting a sense for how the bottle of wine in front of you is made. You’ll also score a free wine glass and an complimentary tasting along with your tour of the space.
Looking for a fun spot to host the next company party or all-day meeting? District Winery is the perfect venue for establishing a relaxed yet upscale atmosphere for the day’s proceedings and you’ll have a wide range of choices to determine which rooms to use and what type of decor to set.
If the weather’s holding up, take a walk outdoors to the waterfront patio overlooking the Anacostia River. On warmer days, you can take a glass with out outside and sit out on the grass to take in the atmosphere.
Ana, the District Winery’s restaurant, is the perfect place to enjoy a classy meal together. Known for gorgeously composed small plates and artistic main dishes, Ana is the place to go if you’re looking to impress.
385 Water St SE, Washington, DC 20003