Baby, it's cold outside.
Posted 4 years ago by Briana Lucas
People are screaming for red wine, but you’re a white wine drinker. Are you stuck with crisp, light and refreshing whites that all those red wine drinkers start sipping on when the snow melts? Absolutely not!
White wines can have just as much oomph as red wines during a polar vortex. Wines that are chilled, but still cozy on the palate and wonderful for food pairing. The trick is to find the right ones.
Join us as we offer up a selection from our winter white department. Oh, and don’t forget about those delicious Rosé wines… we keep some around for those of you who enjoy drinking them all year long!
Ca del Sarto Pinot Grigio
Kuentz Bas Pinot Blanc 2012
Lavantureux Petit Chablis 2013
Philippe Milan Bourgogne Blanc 2012
Lavantureaux Chablis 2013
Hyde de Villaine Chardonnay 2011
Bouvier Marsannay Rosé
Chevalier Pinot Noir Rosé
As people abandon old drinking rules (white with fish, red with meat; white for ladies, red for men), attitudes about when — and for whom — whites are appropriate are going out the proverbial window with them. And thank goodness for that, because white wine and Rosé might be just right on a cold winter’s night!