Here at Historic Occasions we enjoy a good glass, or bottle of wine. But we must admit that we’re not experts in wine selection. We know a few good things we like.
So, instead, let’s turn to some others for the best recommendations in what to pour this winter. Check out these links:
Best Wines to Drink This Winter
When the weather forecast resembles something out of The Day After Tomorrow, generally only two kinds of people are happy: Those who have a ski trip planned and would love two feet of fresh powder, and those who know that “polar vortex” is really just code for “stock up on snacks, shelter in place and open that Zinfandel, stat.”
Wines By Season
For many of us, the changing seasons come with changing preferences in wine. The crisp whites we crave in summer give way to heartier reds in fall and winter months. As usual, personal preference trumps everything else, but here are some general guidelines for serving wine with the seasons.
7 Best Wines for Waiting Out Winter
Winter’s here to stay for a few more weeks, but these fresh, bright wines will help us survive our late-season doldrums.
The Best Under-the-Radar Red Wines to Serve This Winter
Travel and Leisure
…many Austrian reds also have quirky, witty labels, demonstrating that they don’t take themselves too seriously. Why not get a laugh from what’s in the bottle before you taste what’s inside? At the holidays, we take any mirth we can get.
8 Delightful White Wines for Winter
Yes, white wine is that thing we all sip while sitting on the bow of our yachts, mulling which pair of topsiders or wedge sandals to wear to the cabana dinner. But once summer’s over, and we’ve all put our yachts back into the yacht yard, we don’t necessarily have to say goodbye to white wine. Believe it or not (actually, we’d prefer you believe it), white wine can even have a place in your winter dining. (On the winter yacht, of course.)
Have a favorite winter wine? Share a virtual glass with us in the comments.