Drink These 3 Wines All Winter — You’ll Kick Yourself If You Don’t

winterIn case you hadn’t heard, Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow on Groundhog Day.

As we know, that means we’re in for more winter. Six more weeks, as of February 2.

In my mind, I imagine a legendary cartoon character, Bugs Bunny, commenting, “Now isn’t that a revolting development!”

As far as your wine collection is concerned, are you ready for this “revolting development”? Do you have enough winter wines on hand just in case Punxsutawney Phil is correct?

For me, a “winter wine” is full-bodied in style, and usually red — although Chardonnay can be a yummy full-bodied choice among white wines.

But for the most part, when the days and nights are cold, I gravitate to red wines, like those included in this specially curated Winter Collection.

The collection features a nice mix of wine types and places of origin. There’s a complex Cabernet Sauvignon from Chile… a fruit-forward red blend from Argentina… and a plush Shiraz from Australia.

I can’t help but wonder if there’s a kangaroo equivalent of Punxsutawney Phil in Australia…

Regardless, once I got the word from Phil, I immediately re-stocked my wine rack with this Winter Collection.

It should help me get through what’s left of the winter with a smile.

If you like the idea of wine selected especially for each season, you can receive them four times a year in our Four Seasons Wine Club.

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