Wine enthusiasts will have until the end of March to raise a final glass at a wine bar in Reston Town Center.
A sign recently posted in the window of The Tasting Room Wine Bar and Shop (1816 Library Street) says that the location will close on March 24.
“Thank you for an amazing 10 years,” the sign says, encouraging fans to head to the other locations in Middleburg and National Harbor in Oxon Mill, Md.
The wine bar was created by the owners of the Boxwood Estate Winery, which produces five blends in the Bordeaux tradition from the seven varieties of grapes grown in the Middleburg vineyard.
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