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Wine Talk: I’m a ______ Drinker
#MenageMix: An Open-Air Affair

#MenageMix: An Open-Air Affair

With spring upon us, we’re making some proactive picks for our first warm weather get-together. This change of season is the perfect reaso ...

Happy Hour Appetizer: Chorizo Bites

Happy Hour Appetizer: Chorizo Bites

Ridiculously flavorful and just a touch spicy, these quick and easy chorizo bites take happy hour to a new level of deliciousness. What’s ...

Grapes to Glory: Smooth, Sensuous Silk Wine

Grapes to Glory: Smooth, Sensuous Silk Wine

Discover the captivating backstory behind every bottle with Grapes to Glory, a wine series that pays homage to our wine of the month by prov ...

Wine Talk: I’m a ______ Drinker

We get it: You’ve got a strong sense of what you like, and no one can change your mind. When it comes to wine, you’ve chosen sides, and you’ve pledged your loyalty to only indulge in white or red. We understand all of this, and still we wonder if you’ve ever considered what you’re missing out on. So we thought we’d impart a few rules of attraction.

Dear Red Wine Drinker,
There is nothing sexier than a big red that tastes as good as it swirls. You like it bold, with unbridled spice, and you think robust tannins are nice. Next time you go for a glass of your traditional choice, consider slipping into a few lighter options:

- Drop the Cabernet Sauvignon and make it a Sauvignon Blanc.
- Try a fun, fruity Rosé. It’s basically still a red!
- Sip some Moscato. Think of it as champagne – without all the bubbles.

Dear White Wine Drinker,
You’re the fun-loving type who enjoys something fruit-forward and a little sweet. You like to have a pool-side Passion Fruit Punch and enjoy frolicking under the sun. Before you go for the usual, next time make it a point to caress one of these reds in a stemless glass:

- Pinot Noir is a nice transition from white because it’s packed with different types of fruit.
- Just as we’ve suggested for our heavy red drinkers, try a Rosé. It’s got plenty of white notes, wrapped in a darker tint.
- Go all in and try the darker side of Zin or perhaps a Malbec. They’re a little stronger, but the fruit-forward taste is there. You might like the spice.

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