Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW) was founded in 1920 as a trade association that promotes development in the food service industry and restaurants in Washington DC. The association supports its members and helps them grow in business by offering education, training and brand promotions. In the coming Washington DC Restaurant Week 2016, participants will have the honor to taste some of the finest food and wines from all over the world right here in the DMV. Make your appointment early because deals for meals at the most exclusive restaurants are filling fast.
A new an exciting promotion from the organization is set from August 15-21st. Winners of the Fan of Lamb promotion will walk away with a massive Summer Lamb Pack. These will include among others: racks, loin chops and many others that will make your summer cookout worth it.
Here is the procedure:
1. Take a picture while eating an American Lamb dish in a participating eatery during the Summer Restaurant Week
2. With the hash tags #FANOFLAMB and #RWDMV, Tweet the photo and tag the food joint.
As simple as that and you can be the winner. Selection of the winner will be random from all the entries at the close of the promotion.
What more? Fine European Wines from Bulgaria is one of the sponsors and you will not only see but taste the best of Bulgaria’s fine wine. According to historians, Thracians started the wine culture long before Italy, France, and Spain. They were the inhabitants of the now Bulgaria.
Bulgaria today has some of the most distinct varieties of vine like Red Muscat, Gamza, Mavrud, Broadleafed Melnik and Pamid. Some sources suggest that Winston Churchill would order up to 500 liters of wine annually from Bulgaria.
How about sipping organic wine? Yes, you heard me right! Organic wine is one of the products Fine European Wines cannot wait to share. The wine production adheres to the European regulations. The crucial points being:
• Farming ingredients used are purely organic such as sugar, RMC (Rectified Must Concentrate), grapes and the likes.
• Limited use of wine making supplements and additives
• In the wines for sale, no SO2 levels allowed
• Electro-dialysis, over 70 degrees heat and de-alcoholism not allowed in the processing.
You will also get tips on how different wines are paired. Did you know that a meaty diet accompanied by the red 2013 Early Melnik is the real package? For every occasion and meal, there is a perfect wine to savor. Visit DC Restaurant Week for list of participating restaurants.