Winter Club Wines Announced!
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As always, I'm really excited to announce the lineup for WineSkipping's next wine shipment!
But first let me tell you what sets WineSkipping wine club apart.
Learn about these wines!
The whole point of a club is to interact with others and feel like part of a community, right?! That's why with each WineSkipping wine club shipment, members are invited to join a virtual party to talk about the wines in a casual setting. Our next virtual party is Thu Dec 1, all club members invited.
You can also join a public virtual class on all things bubbles on Dec 9. Click here to learn more and register. Free to members.
Social Wine Club & Community
Do you like to learn about wine? Know how it's being made and trust that the winery is treating the environment and your wine responsibly?
I offer you the opportunity to learn about and receive premium wines from boutique and sustainable wineries that you won't find in the stores. I travel across California and reach out to producers in other states to find the ones I'm most excited to share. Enjoy member engagement with complimentary virtual events and even meet the maker events!
In December I'll be sending wine club members wines from 3 small producers. All the wines were farmed sustainably or organically and cover a fun range of varietals: Petite Sirah, Grenache, Pet-Nat of Sauvignon Blanc. Here they are announced!
🍷2021 Cote West Pet-Nat of Sauvignon Blanc (white)
Pet-nats (short for pétillant naturel) are a bit trendy at the moment but they are the original sparkling wine! I'm fascinated with this winemaking style and can't wait to share it with you! I've searched high and low for my very favorite Pet-nat that is also a crowd pleaser, and this is it! I recommend opening this crisp and fruity sparkling wine with some friends and aged gouda. It's a fun wine you will want to share. Drink soon and finish the bottle!
🍷2020 Two Vintners Columbia Valley Grenache (red)
An ideal red wine to pair with your Turkey dinner or holiday celebrations in place of that pricey Pinot Noir. This wine is complex with notes of red fruit, spices, a meaty character and a smokiness. Velvety, lightly tannic and not too acidic you can sip this alone or with some food. This was a favorite wine among our club members during the October in person event. Enjoy!
🍷2020 Ty Caton Petite Sirah (red)
This is the BIG wine of the bunch! Packing a punch with intense flavors of ripe black and blue fruits, black pepper, bramble, mint and smoke. On the nose, you'll get all that plus a lovely rose aroma to round out the profile. On the palate this wine comes off more tannic than other wines I've featured, full bodied and a high alcohol content. Pairs well with earthy meaty umami foods in front of the fire with a good book on a cold winter night. Cheers!