Renew, Refresh, Refill: What To Sip This Season
Are you looking for an excuse to drink more wine? If turning on the news isn't enough to motivate you, we've got the perfect trigger. As the weather warms up and flowers begin to bloom, our taste buds crave something light, refreshing, and easy to drink. Here are a few types of wine that are perfect for springtime sipping:
Rosé: She's a classic. Rosé is the quintessential spring wine. Its light pink hue and fruity flavors make it a refreshing option on warm days. Rosé is versatile and pairs well with a wide range of foods, including salads, seafood, and grilled meats. It’s also a great choice for outdoor gatherings, as it’s easy to drink and won’t weigh you down. Yay, wine in public spaces
Sauvignon Blanc: Another great option for spring is Sauvignon Blanc. This crisp, acidic white wine is perfect for sipping on a sunny day. Sauvignon Blanc has citrusy notes and pairs well with lighter fare like salads, grilled vegetables, and seafood. BONUS: If you manage to actually pronounce it right, you end up sounding pretty freaking intelligent.
Pinot Grigio: If you’re looking for a white wine that’s easy to drink and pairs well with a variety of foods, Pinot Grigio is a great choice. This dry, light-bodied wine has a crisp acidity and flavors of green apple and citrus. Something about this wine just screams "drink me on a picnic date".
Gamay: For red wine lovers, Gamay is a great option for spring. This light-bodied red wine is low in tannins and has fruity flavors that pair well with lighter food like grilled chicken and roasted vegetables. Gamay is also a great option for those who prefer chilled red wines, as it’s best served slightly below room temperature.
Overall, when it comes to wine for spring, look for options that are light, refreshing, and easy to drink. Whether you prefer a crisp white wine or a fruity rosé, there’s a wine out there that’s perfect for enjoying on a sunny spring day. If you're looking to share a sip with friends, we've got the perfect cocktail napkins to give your next wine club meeting a little extra flavor.
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