Three Hot Wines Ideas And One Great Spirit You Must Savor This Fall Season!

By   |   October 26, 2017   |   Lifestyle

Autumn is the time of year when we gather with friends and family embracing the beautiful change of seasons, a perfect time to discover a brand new taste in wine. Here are some of our faves!

Comsi Comsa Apple Crisp Sparkling Wine. PattyOnSite shares, “With its┬ádelightfully refreshing name, this wine is a must experience as we move into the festive time of year. Created by the Sauvage wine company, this is no ordinary wine as apples make for a welcomed surprise. The apples are harvested and crafted in Sauvage’s brand-new distillery, which is located in the picturesque town of Oneonta, N.Y. This is such a versatile wine, it can be for a before-meal toast, with your fave dish or as an after-dinner treat, and it’s kosher. Raking the ambered leaves? Having a girls’ night? Picking crisp apples or just strolling through the city? Top off the experience with Comsi Comsa Apple Crisp Sparkling Wine.”

Invivo Pinot Noir. A native of New Zealand, this is a full-bodied Pinot! It gives off hints of cherry and a robust sip. This Invivo Pinot Noir just won an award at the NZ International Wine Show—the Champion Pinot Noir Trophy—a really big deal. And fashion photographer and wine lover Nigel Barker is its glambassador!” It is extremely tasty and full-bodied, perfect for a fall-to-winter snuggle fest!


Wines From Spain.┬áFrom┬áthe lush green and rugged mountains of the north to the castle-flecked Meseta and azure Mediterranean coast,┬áSpain‘s wine and bubbles offer something for everyone. At the Wines From Spain tasting, the DivaGals got the delicious opportunity to meet stateside importers and distributors of Spanish wine. We learned about distinctive regions, discovered indigenous grapes and tasted some of the best fruits of the labor in hundreds of brands. Those grapes include Garnacha, Albarino, Tempranillo, Rioja – just to name a few – from winemakers such as Sierra de Viento, Raimat, Anna, Campo Viejo, Faustino, Vina Pomal and more!

Diplomatico Rum. Diplomatico began in Venezuela in 1959 and in 2002 became the independent brand of several local entrepreneurs who knew this was an exceptional product. Carefully crafted from premium sugar cane, we learned how this rum through a superior fermentation and aging process at their US launch party here in New York City. Diplomatico’s distillation is through a complex blending process using three different types of aging casks. The company employs nearly 700 workers in Venezuela and is distributed in over 60 countries. It’s recognized as one of the finest rums in the world. Want to learn the correct way to taste rum? Watch Maestro Ronero Giberto Briceno give his three surefire steps below!


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