Celebrate Mom With Mother’s Day Wine

Mother's Day Wines

As one of the most popular holidays on the calendar, Mother’s Day offers the perfect time to say thank you to all the maternal influences in your life. Whether you are planning a large meal to spend time with mom, or you just want to send her a gift that she will love, consider buying a bottle of wine for Mother’s Day. Wondering what kind of Mother’s Day wine is best-suited for your mom? Consider her personality and wine leanings to pick the best wine gifts you can imagine. Here are three examples that may help you decide. 1. For …
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The Best Wines For Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo Wines

The fifth of May is a day to celebrate and feast, no matter where you live in the world. In fact, Cinco de Mayo celebrations have begun to pop up around the globe. This holiday boasts a world of fun and festivities, not to mention the perfect opportunity to try some of the best wines for Cinco de Mayo flavors. If you are hosting a Cinco de Mayo party or looking for a special gift to present on this day of celebration, find out more about the four wines that make sense for any Cinco de Mayo gathering. 1. Yalumba …
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The Difference Between Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon

The Difference Between Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet sauvignons and merlots are two wildly popular and well-established red wine varietals. So popular, in fact, they’re the number one and number two most-planted wine grape varietals in the world — over 840,000 acres for cabernet sauvignon and 657,300 acres for merlot. However, if you’re like most people and don’t carry a sommelier certificate, it can be hard to distinguish between the two. Cabernet sauvignon and merlot share many similarities to the naked eye. Yet their sips can carry vast but subtle differences for the discerning tongue to untangle. (And to pair properly with a meal.) Appreciate the rich heritage between …
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Rosé of the Week

What better way to celebrate Rosé season than with a featured Rose of the Week eligible for 50% off shipping (on 6+ bottles)? Rosé of the Week: Lot 33 is classic southern French dry style of rosé that pairs well with all kinds of foods and occasions. The grapes that go into this wine are grown in northeastern Languedoc in the foothills of the Cevennes Mountains. Cold air drifts down from the mountains cooling and drying the vineyards. This mountain air preserves the freshness and cleanliness of the fruit, resulting in a refreshingly dry wine with lots of flavor. Aromas …
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