Have Plate Will Travel : Wines for the end of summer parties


Friday, September 2, 2016

Wines for the end of summer parties

As the wind blows in the fall crisp air, the final days of summer deserve a celebratory toast goodbye. The seasons can often affect our preferences on food and drinks. Warm weather brings lighter fare with brightness and crisp notes. In a fond farewell to summer, these five wines would be delightful for end of summer parties.

A beautiful South African wine, Bizoe Henrietta has been a top choice amongst wine critics. A limited edition wine, this Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc blend is slightly oaky without overpowering the fruits. With notes of orange peel and tropical fruits, Bizoe Henrietta is delightful on its own or paired with light appetizers. 

Josh Cellars Sauvignon Blanc:
Bright aromas of lime and citrus are the core of Josh Cellars Sauvignon Blanc, with layers of white flower nectar, peach, and tropical melon. The palate of the wine is fresh and alive with clean fruit flavors and a perfectly balanced finish.

Centine Rosé:
All summer, Rose has been a favorite with wine drinkers. This intense, pink rosé is aromatic, with fresh hints of woodland berries.  Fresh and dry, with rich berry flavors, this wine is well-structured with a long crisp, clean finish. Complex, dry and medium-bodied, Centine Rosé pairs perfectly with grilled fish, poultry and mild cheeses. Best served chilled at 55˚F.

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