Things We Love: 3 Wines Perfect for a Swirl in a Chalkboard China Wine Glass
When it comes to pairing the perfect sips with a Chalkboard China Wine Glass, we like to discover wines that go along with just one of the aspects that fuel the Chalkboard China team and our consumers; creativeness! We like finding wines from across the globe that have an engrossing story behind them or, perhaps, have packaging details that make us head straight for Pinterest.
No matter if you’re a wine connoisseur or you just enjoy the general taste, below, we share three wines that are each unique in flavor and unique in design to pair with your Chalkboard China Wine Glass:
1. Cupcake Vineyard
First, we bring you a wine you can easily find at the grocery store. Cupcake Vineyard produces fun wines for a casual dinner party or low key soiree (and we’re sure you got just as excited about the cute name as we did, too). We enjoy this wine because 1) we obviously adore the name and 2) the flavors are really pronounced and sweet, perfect for pouring into a Chalkboard China Wine Glass and pairing with, well, those sweet, decadent morsels we call cupcakes. Learn more about the wines available from this vineyard and where to find them near you!
2. Seven Springs Vineyard
The travel bug bit us on the next two choices of wine! Seven Springs Vineyard is a premium wine producer that resides in the picturesque Western Cape, South Africa. With five different types of wine including the 2010 Chardonnay, 2010 Sauvignon Blanc, 2010 Syrah, 2011 Sauvignon Blanc and 2011 Unwooded Chardonnay, you can take your delicious pick on which wine you’ll be pouring into a Chalkboard China Wine Glass. If you decide to try all five at your wine tasting get-together, chalk on which wine is which onto the base of each glass so your guests know the wine they’re trying.
3. New Age (Quintessential Wines)
Ready for a little South America flavor? A bubbly, light wine hailing all the way from Mendoza, Argentina, New Age brought to us by Quintessential Wines is a yummy twist on white wine with a fun story behind it! New Age has a special drink made especially for it called a “Tincho.” The winery owner, Valentin Eduardo Bianchi, was given the nickname “Tincho” as a boy and was the first to drop a lime into a glass of New Age wine. From there, the drink became popular in Buenos Aires and beyond. To make a crisp, summertime “Tincho”, pour New Age into a Chalkboard China Wine Glass, add ice cubes, squeeze in a lime or two (how many you prefer) and enjoy by the pool or gathered around the table with your BFFs. Plus, New Age’s bottle is one to ogle over as it features a work of art right inside of the glass!
Just think about one of these tasty, beautifully labeled wines sitting next to a few chalked on Chalkboard China Wine Glasses at your next dinner party? Cheers!
Have you tried any of the wines above? What is your favorite type of wine? Does it have unique packaging to it? Let’s discuss in the comments below!