You are probably already familiar with our samplers. But this one is different—our Holiday Sampler was created with the goal of answering the crucial question: How does our holiday wine drinking differ from how we drink the rest of the year?
1. Quantity More parties, longer meals, festive reunions with loved ones . . . Fill that glass right up, because guilt can wait until the New Year. To hell with 6-packs—here is a whole case. 2. Quality ’Tis the season . . . to treat thyself! This mix is sure to keep your palate whetted and your spirits high. 3. In the kitchen To help with the inevitable dinner parties, we’ve included a bottle of organic Tuscan olive oil and, naturally, some crisp whites to quaff down while you cook. 4. At table Given the bounty that is sure to grace your table, we selected versatile whites, rosés, and reds, plus a bottle of the addictive Bugey-Cerdon. The ultimate crowd-pleaser, this semi-sweet sparkler shines with fresh fruit, pie, spicy food, and anything you’d eat for breakfast. 5. Variety To mix things up, we’ve included a traditional Vermouth from a family-run distillery in Piemonte. Offer your guests a spritz upon their arrival, or pour a splash over ice to accompany chocolate treats.
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