Wines to Fall for this Season
The days are getting shorter, cool temperatures are moving in and we’re pulling the last veggies from the garden. While we’re sad to see summer fade, it’s time to toast to sweater weather!
Just like the changes we’re making to our wardrobes, we’re trading our refreshing, crisp white and pink wines for lighter reds and full-bodied whites.
When the day begins to wind down, swap your PSL for one of these favorite fall wines:
Buttery Bomb Chardonnay
Fact: it’s 100% ok and encouraged to drink white after Labor Day. Chardonnay is a wonderful stepping stone between seasons. A warmer and richer white wine, like Buttery Bomb Chardonnay, is wonderful when transitioning to heartier fall veggie dishes.
Instructions for enjoying this particular wine are simple: chill, open, pour, savor, repeat.
Firesteed Pinot Noir
This Oregon Pinot Noir is fruit-forward and fabulous. This wine has aromas of supple red cherries and mocha with a hint of maple syrup. As you sip, it will show flavors of pronounced red cherry, strawberry and hints of rhubarb. Firesteed Pinot Noir pairs beautifully with a wide range of foods, so consider it at your next dinner party.
Bar Dog Pinot Noir
Consider Bar Dog Pinot Noir your bestie this fall. Pour it when you’re hanging out by the grill with your favorite four-legged pal and bring it along when headed to a special party with friends. Like a loveable Labrador, this wine brings smiles wherever it travels.
Middle Sister Rebel Red Blend
Rebel Red doesn’t miss a chance to take center stage and this is her season to shine. This is an easy-drinking wine that also pairs well with a wide variety of foods. Serve Rebel Red while you’re enjoying a cozy, laidback night at home.