The Autumnal Equinox has passed, so it's officially Fall, dammit! And while the days can still be quite warm, there's definitely starting to be a chill in the air in the evenings. This may be our favorite time of year at Wardman, because rich red wines are becoming fashionable again, but light, pretty white wines still delight the palate, and rosé has its swansong. So of course, we thought we'd put together another six-pack to celebrate this versatility. We taste through hundreds of wines and pick our favorites to highlight and share with you, and we've picked six that we think reflect the spirit of the season.
A pet-nat of Verdicchio (and a little Trebbiano) from the Marché region of Italy brings zest and floral freshness. Pinot Gris from Oregon has a nutty richness with a touch of honey. Torrontés from Argentina is exotically floral with notes of green tea and stone fruit. Pure berry fruit and orange zest shine in a refreshing rosé of Zweigelt from Austria. Organic fruit gives generous flavors of cherry, blackberry, and spice to a Grenache-forward Rioja. And Dolcetto d'Alba brings flavors of fruit and earth, with a structured, nutty finish.
Join us on Instagram Live on Friday, September 24 to learn more about what makes these wines special!
Like all our seasonal six-packs, the Fall Six-Pack is 15% off retail pricing, and the individual wines are all 10% off.