Along with all of you, we look forward to a happy new year. But we will always remember 2020 as a year of tremendous challenges and uncertainty, for all of us and for the wine industry. However, many good things also happened in 2020 – we spent more time together at home with loved ones and our pets. We really valued the moments we shared with family and friends, even at a distance. We saw so many neighbors helping neighbors. And we spent more time enjoying wine outside. Continue reading
Looking for something festive and different to kick off your New Year’s Eve celebrations? Look no further than Ramazzotti Amaro, our latest favorite cocktail base. Just in time for the holidays, we were introduced to this special drink, which features 33 ingredients of herbs, spices, flowers and fruit. However, the specific recipe has been a secret for more than 200 years. Created in Milan in 1815, Ramazzotti Amaro is magnificent. Read on for more details about this beautiful liqueur, which is priced at less than $30.
When we contemplate the cold weather, our wine thoughts typically turn to rich reds in front of a cozy fire or paired with a hearty meal. But winter whites and rosé have a place too, especially during the holiday season. In addition, holiday whites and rosé are food-friendly and wallet-friendly wines. For example, white wine and rosé pair with seafood, shellfish, salads, pasta and Asian dishes. Consequently, read on to find out our Top 25 holiday whites and rosé from Washington, Oregon, California, B.C., France, Italy and New Zealand.
If you are still looking for your holiday wine, here are some wonderful suggestions from Vineyard Brands to explore. Certainly, these wines could bring some joy to your holiday season. And the good news – a beautiful white from Chateau Climens is available at Total Wines in the Seattle area. Specifically, read on for details about four wines we enjoyed last week.