Quench your thirst with refreshing fruit flavors…
“Malfy Gin, distilled with lemons from the Italian coast, makes the ultimate summer Gin & Tonic, but I love it mixed with iced tea and lemonade for a boozy Arnold Palmer.” – Michael
“You know that amazing fragrance you get when slicing up honeydew melon and cantaloupe fresh from the farmer’s market? Imagine getting to drink that. That’s the Berger Gelber Muskateller, a white wine out of Austria. Enjoy it alone, or pour it in a glass with ice, and top with Campari & club soda for a super refreshing cocktail.” – Alex
“And now for something completely different: The Yuzu Shuwah shandy/radler style beer, coming to us from the Kizakura Sake house. It’s your new riding-lawn-mower companion. Its zesty citrus flavors will wake you up and may make you forget it’s 7% ABV (but who doesn’t love a hammock nap on a summer afternoon?)” – Josh
Click here for our previous tip, and tune in next week for Part 4!
You’ve heard them since you were a kid. They’re the rules our grandmothers repeated summer after summer, said with love, to keep us safe: Wear sunscreen. Wear a life jacket. Don’t go swimming on a full stomach.
Well we’ve updated that list for the 21+ set. Consider them the new rules for surviving summer for those of legal age, created by us, to keep you safe while enjoying a drink or two in the summer heat. We’re sharing our tasty tips over the next few weeks, in a 4-part summer series. Herewith, Part 1:
Keep your alcoholic intake low when the sun is high.
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Learn all about rosé wines! These are not the sweet blush or white zinfadel wines you might be thinking of, but dry, delicious, and great with a wide variety of foods. Watch our very own Eric Taylor’s video guide for more information on rosé styles, flavors, food pairings, and some of his favorite brands.
In this same video, Eric also visited Derek Wagner (chef and owner at Nicks on Broadway in Providence Rhode Island) to chat about rosé wine and pairing it with food.
Chardonnay is also one of the most widely planted grape varietals in the world. It is also a wine with a wide range of flavors, aromas, and styles. Eric Taylor, Bottles manager and wine expert, talks about the range of Chardonnays out there, from warm climate to cool climate Chardonnays and oaked to un-oaked Chardonnay. Watch the video below to learn more and to find out Eric’s favorites available in the store.
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Dessert wine? If you’re not familiar with them, and are curious to learn more, then watch this video guide! Eric Taylor, the Bottles wine expert, talks about different dessert wine styles, and gives you an example of a few of his favorite brands in the shop. Great for the holidays!
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