The Best Wine for Holiday Meals (via Vivino)

image credit:  Vivino

image credit: Vivino

If you need suggestions for holiday wine pairings, check out Vivino's interactive suggestion tool. (and can we talk about how cute this graphic is?)

12 Spooky Wines for Halloween! 👻

photo credit:  Wine Folly

photo credit: Wine Folly

Looking for the perfect vino for your Halloween bash? Wine Folly collected these 12 bottles, sure to add some spook for your ghouls and goblins! (PS the one with the doll = 😱)

Our Holiday Wine Guide (for serving & gifting)

By J.T. and Amy

Holiday Wine Guide

Well, friends, the season has come upon us.
 

It's the season of dinners, parties, dinner parties, parties with co-workers, parties with friends, family parties you're genetically obligated to attend, and your own personal get-togethers that you have absolutely no time to plan because of the aforementioned social obligations.

It can leave you feeling a bit . . . spent. Listless. Uninspired. That's what happens when we sign ourselves up for the holiday season. Pretty soon, we'll all be longing for the cold, dark, dreary days in January, with visions of weeknight Netflix binges dancing in our heads. We'll shake our heads remembering the last days of 2015, and the hours we spent fretting over the perfect font for the Christmas cards and sending sleepy, middle-of-the-night reminders to ourselves to pick up the sour cream, because it was forgotten at the store yet again.

The last thing you want to do is antagonize over one more detail of your holiday season—including the wine offering.
 

Don't worry. We've got you covered. 

Here are a few simple suggestions for gifting and serving, so you can get on with the holidays (and, if you sip a bit while you coordinate all the parties, maybe making that 5th cheeseball of the season will be a bit more pleasant):


Wines for Serving

Under $20

Splurge

 

Wines for Gifting

Under $20

Splurge

Find what you're looking for? Let us know!  


Keep those holidays merry and bright,
J.T. & Amy


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