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April 2019 "Spring Fling" Urban Sampler

April 2019 "Spring Fling" Urban Sampler

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Spring Fling!

 

April showers bring May flowers- and so much more if you live in Boston! With the melting of the snow Boston begins to spread it’s wings again in preparation for springtime activities. Baseball season is now in full swing, Easter is just around the corner, and the whole city is preparing for the Boston Marathon, whether or not they’re actually running. No matter how you’re spending your days, we’ve got the perfect springtime wine for the occasion in our Spring Fling sampler!

 

NV Weingut Markus Huber Sparkling Rosé (Niederösterreich, Austria)

When Markus Huber took over his family’s 250 year old winery, he quickly breathed fresh life into it, gathering acclaim around the world for his innovations. His delicious Sparkling Rose has well-balanced acidity, with notes of juicy watermelon and a hint of spice. Pair it with a cheese plate and picnics at the park.

 

2017 Bieler Family “Daisy” Pinot Grigio (Columbia Valley, Washington) 2W

This small production Pinot Grigio blend comes from a family winery in the heart of Washington’s wine region. Light bodied with a lovely texture, it features notes of rich yellow apple and juicy pear. Drink it with snack foods like pita and hummus while watching the Red Sox’s Spring Training.

 

2018 Broadbent Rosé (Vinho Verde, Portugal)

This awesome Vinho Verde Rose is all Portugese! Using a blend of native red grapes, winemaker Miguel Pessanha produces a light and yummy wine bursting with notes of fresh strawberries, raspberries and cherries. Drink it on it’s own while supervising the family Easter egg hunt.

 

2017 Castelluccio “Le More” Sangiovese di Romagna (Emilia-Romagna, Italy) *4R*

The Castelluccio family has been tending their vines in the bucolic Italian countryside for nearly 30 years, pouring their passion into every bottle they make. Light and yummy, this beautiful red has a fresh acidity to compliment notes of ripe red and blue fruits. Serve it with grilled chicken at your first evening cookout of the season!