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6 of Matt + Neely's favorite wines
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There is a fun saying in wine - “if it grows with it, it goes with it”. This aromatic white wine comes from the coastal regions of Portugal, and as a result is a perfect pairing for seafood; fish and shellfish alike. Or, cool down a spicy native sausage like Portuguese linguica with a chilled glass.
While it’s the unofficial official wine of summer and warm weather situations, La Pluma’s Rosé is one you can drink year-round, no matter the occasion. It is as light as its feathery namesake and is best served extremely chilled for an extremely chill afternoon.
Named after its grape make up—Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvèdre—this blend comes from some of the wine world’s warmer climates. The result is an exuberant red wine boasting both fruit and earth notes, brought out best when paired with savory dishes like BBQ.
A common grape in the after-dinner wine, Port, Touriga Nacional rarely gets to shine on its own. This wine is unique, bold, and floral and can easily stand shoulder to shoulder with a Cabernet Sauvignon.
If Pinot Noir is the light and juicy queen of reds, Cabernet Sauvignon is her bolder, heavier, meatier sister. Often referred to as just “cab,” it’s the wine of France’s Bordeaux and California’s Napa Valley. There’s nothing subtle about Cabernet Sauvignon—high in alcohol, full-bodied and robust, you can usually find this red served with a ribeye, New York Strip, or filet mignon (re: carnivores love cab). Classic cabs usually offer tasting notes of chocolate, coffee, and darker fruits like prunes and plums. The Unprecedented Cabernet Sauvignon is as classic as they come, and we highly recommend letting the bottle sit and mellow until your next red meat and potatoes dinner!
Looking for a wine that packs a punch? Zins are grown worldwide but you’ll find some of the tastiest right here in California. Not as bold as a Cab, not as light as a Pinot Noir, it is right in the middle.
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Of course the wine is drinkable, no it isn’t a problem either, but I was thinking you may need a variety of sweet wine as well to add with the bitter! Just my opinion
My husband and i really enjoyed the wines selected for this virtual tasting. And our host, Colton Haney, was funny, knowledgeable and made the experience fantastic!
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Quality tasting wine, quality bottles(wine must be served in glass!) style is fab, options is great variety to choose from, easy to order and quick delivery!
My person loved it. Perfect little surprise date idea. Wine was amazing as well. The white is my favorite.
Why are most video calls boring? There’s no wine. When you book a virtual tasting, our wine experts will walk you through a guided online tasting and show you how enjoyable video chats can be when you liven them up with some delicious libations.
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The Burgundy region of France is home to their best Pinot Noirs, but we took the grapes into our own hands to create something extra special with our Coteaux Bourguignons. It’s a blend of Pinot Noir and Gamay, which results in a French red that’s light in body but full in flavor. The ripest blueberries and freshest herbs can be easily detected in this French burgundy blend. May we suggest pairing it with some creamy brie and freshly baked bread? It’s a oui-ning combo.