I’m a big wine fan. I love both red and white wine and I’ve had my share of both. Reds are my favorite, but I could be persuaded to have a glass of white wine. The best bottle of wine I ever had was on my first wedding anniversary and we went to a local downtown restaurant. We spoke with the Sommelier and he suggested the Robert Stemmler Pinot Noir. When he brought it back and we started to drink it, I had to stop and savor the wine because the taste was amazing. It was filled with so many different flavors. That was 13 years ago and that was when we fell in love with learning about wines and the differences in the varietals. There are special occasion wines, but most wines are very affordable, taste great and can be used for drinking or cooking.
I may try new wines when I go to the store, but I always gravitate to the “everyday” wines that we can open up and drink with dinner or have with cheese, crackers and fruit while we are watching a movie. My favorite everyday wine would have to be Jacobs Creek Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon, but I would have to say I have not been disappointed with any Jacobs Creek wine. One of the new wines I’ve tried was a green wine. It was actually very good. What makes it green? Some words that are used are sustainable, organic and natural. There is a chart below that shows just what green wines are and how their production helps the environment.
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I think it is great that wine makers are moving to a more organic way of making the wines so that they are better for the environment. Producing more effective packaging, using solar panels and using no pesticides. These are all positive steps to improving the world so that our kids have a better place to grow up in. I’ll drink to that!
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