Let's Get Ready For Spring

When you think of March, what do you think of? March Madness? Daylight savings? St. Patrick’s Day? The first day of Spring? Easter or Passover? A lot of fun and exciting things happen in March! While we love March Madness and St. Patrick’s Day, we wanted to share a few suggestions to get you into the spirit of Spring. Lighten up your taste buds and get ready for the change of season with these rosé wines and cider!

Hecht & Bannier

Hecht & Bannier Languedoc is from Southern France, bordering the Mediterranean Sea and made with mainly Syrah, Grenache and Cinsault. This rosé offers floral and spicy expression with ripe raspberry, a round palate with flavors of cherry and lifted by bright pineapple. Strawberry, watermelon and pomegranate nuances abound in this delectable crispy and dry wine that pairs with just about anything.

Juan Gil

Juan Gil Rosé is considered a young dry rosé from Jumilla, Spain made with Tempranillo and Syrah and aged 4 months in French barrels with the aim to produce a smooth and round mouthfeel. Enjoy aromas and flavors of dark strawberries, raspberries and a touch of cherry and spice.

Angry Orchard

You’ve tried Angry Orchard's Hard Cider, now try their Rosé Cider! Made with red fresh apples from France, this cider offers an irresistible rosy blush and apple forward taste with a refreshing, dry finish. It's a perfect beverage to enjoy outdoors with friends this spring and summer or at the dinner table.

Cheers to Good Health

Looking for more suggestions for your St. Patrick's Day celebrations? Check out our Guinness specials this month. We've got everything from Guinnes Draught, to Variety packs and Ginger Beer!

For Our Spirits Drinkers

Whip up an Emerald Manhattan this March, in celebration of St. Patrick's Day and the wonderful spring days to come!

2oz. Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey
1oz. Martini & Rossi Sweet Vermouth
2 dashes Fee Brothers Orange Bitters
orange or lemon peel
Pour all ingredients into a mixing glass and fill with cracked ice. Stir well for 30 seconds and strain into a chilled ocktail glass. Garnish with a piece of orange or lemon peel.

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