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Drink Me Rates Weed

Yes, we’re rating weed! Weed Cellars to be exact. This impressive portfolio of wines comes from a new label specifically created to bridge the gap between alcohol and cannabis. Now, doesn’t that seem obvious? There’s no actual cannabis content in the wine so you can purchase this brand anywhere with …

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These 2 New Archer Roose Varietals In The Can

Archer Roose, the Boston-based, female-founded wine brand that produces premium-quality canned wine, just introduced two varietals that you’ll want to be cracking open all summer. Red Spritz and White Spritz represent brand-new additions to Archer Roose’s Spritz portfolio of low-alcohol sparkling wines, designed shatter the stereotypes of canned wine. They’re …

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How To Pair Champagne

While the start of summer includes lots of reasons to celebrate, Champagne also makes everyday celebrations special. As the U.S. representative of the houses and grape growers of Champagne, France, the Champagne Bureau provides information on the best picnic or cookout favorites to pair with Champagne, the region in France …

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Cavit Releases 2018 Rosé 4-Packs

Cavit Collection wines announced the arrival of Cavit Limited Edition 2018 Rosé four packs following the immense success of the inaugural 2017 vintage. Imported by leading U.S. wine & spirits importer Palm Bay International, the four packs are now available at wine and liquor stores nationwide.  With summer right around …

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Blueprint Wines Fights Climate Change

Robin Daniel Lail, founder of Lail Vineyards, announced that the company will be donating 10% of sales from Blueprint wines to organizations deep in the fight against climate change.  Earlier this year, Robin was appointed the U.S. representative for The Porto Protocol, which is taking the lead in reducing the …

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What Defines A Summer Wine?

What defines a summer wine? With rosé finally breaking free of its strictly spring/summer boundaries and more people recognizing that reds can be successfully chilled, it’s time to rethink what makes a bottle fit for the sunny weather: Refreshing: A summer wine hits the spot when temperatures hit 90, maybe …

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