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Are you enjoying blue bonnet season as much as we are? There's just something about this Sauvignon Blanc from @AncientPeaks that just sings Spring… 🎶​​​​​​​​
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This Sauvignon Blanc exhibits a vivid varietal character that is rooted in their estate Margarita Vineyard. Here, amid one of the Paso Robles region’s coolest growing environments, the Sauvignon Blanc grape achieves a fine balance of ripeness and raciness, with crisp acidity and appealing mineral accents. SIP certified, expect flavors and aromas of guava, jasmine, apricot and lemon rind. Try it with fresh oysters, light pasta, or just sit back and enjoy the wildflowers!
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Happy World Cocktail Day! Might we recommend this riff on a Negroni using @GrandBrulot? Thanks for mixing this one up, @LaStellaDallas 🥃​​​​​​​​
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Grand Brulot revives a 200 plus year old French tradition where rich Coffee was blended with Cognac to create an exquisite tasting drink: The Brulôt. The legend of Café Brûlot extends back to New Orleans in the early 1800s and the infamous Jean Lafitte. Whether or not the French pirate actually created the first pairing of café and cognac is a question that may never be answered. But the legend absolutely lives in today’s after-dinner Café Brûlot tradition in the finest French Quarter restaurants.​​​​​​​​
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Photo credit to @FoodBeverageScout, our resident Italian fine wine and spirits specialist!
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Who's ready for Rhone-inspired wines with Sierra Foothills character? Please extend a warm welcome to @SkinnerVineyards, the latest addition to our Texas book!​​​​​​​​
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Kevin and Kathy Skinner were headed home to Santa Cruz from Lake Tahoe when Kathy spotted “Skinners, CA” on an old, dog-eared map. After taking in the area and talking with locals, they discovered that a Scottish miner named James Skinner had done well enough during the gold rush to purchase land and plant the vast vineyards that became J. Skinner Winery and Distillery (one of the first wineries in the nation in 1861). Kevin’s father, Mike, soon learned that James Skinner was indeed his great, great, great grandfather.​​​​​​​​
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The Skinner family purchased 25 acres a few miles from the original property with a commitment to honor what James had originally built, including the same varieties of vines that he planted a century and a half earlier. By 2007 they had acquired more vineyards and land, building the now acclaimed Skinner Vineyards & Winery in the Sierra Foothills, CA.​​​​​​​​
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Today they operate a sustainable winery and produce from both Rhone and legacy varietals (like Mission and Petite Bouchet). Chemical-free and native fermentations are a strong part of their winemaking philosophy, and they even irrigate with recycled grey water from the winery. Head to our new brand announcement page at the link in bio to learn more, and cheers to the folks at Skinner Vineyards!
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Rosé repost from the brilliant @joyce_foodnwine: ​​​​​​​​
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Have you ever tasted rosé made with Saint Laurent? Saint Laurent, a highly aromatic dark-skinned grape variety, is believed to be an offspring of Pinot Noir with an unknown second parent. Its origin remains a mystery. ​​​​​​​​​
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Commonly grown in Austria, Germany, and Slovakia, Saint Laurent is gaining popularity in the new worlds, like California, Canada, and New Zealand. It’s also the most widely planted red variety in the Czech Republic. ​​​​​​​​​
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Still, dry Saint Laurent dominates the major production but sparkling, dry rosé and sweet style can also be found. ​​​​​​​​​
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Saint Laurent usually exhibits bouquet of red rose, red berries, Morell cherry, cardamon, tobacco and savory spices on the nose. On the palate, it’s bright with dark lush fruit, sandy tannins, good structure, and with potential to age. ​​​​​​​​​
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@brucekuo.brooklyn made this quick pasta dish after work by using @valentepasta Black Olive & Garlic Fettuccine with ground pork, Chinese chive, and Radicchio Rosso de Chioggia with an Asian twist. He added in a little soy sauce while sauteing the ground pork. Nice touch! ​​​​​​​​​
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I paired the dish with @borelldiehl Saint Laurent Rosé Trocken. I love how the acidity and savoryness of the Rosé compliments the pasta. ​ Do you notice the color of the Rosé and Radicchio? They match! 💕​​​​​​​​​
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Photo credit to @joyce_foodnwine
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Let's travel to Germany to chat about this week's featured winery: Borell-Diehl 🇩🇪 This producer is our cool, under-the-radar source for bargain Müller-Thurgau, Gewürztraminer, Chardonnay... and recently sparkling Sekt and Pinot Noir!​​​​​​​​
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In 1990 Annette Borell and Thomas Diehl married and created Borell-Diehl by joining their families' three wineries into one. Starting with a total of 5 hectares, they have since expanded to 35 hectares of vineyards. Their holdings are a complex geology of loess, limestone, red sandstone, with deposits of minerally muschelkalk (limestone) in some sites.​​​​​​​​
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For those on the hunt for sustainable rosé, this selection from @BowlerWine has you covered! All the wines David Bowler imports are from estate-owned vineyards where rigorous crop thinning and hand-harvesting are the norm. In addition, no synthetic pesticides or herbicides are used and there is no irrigation in the vineyards. As of 2018, the wines are certified vegan by the European Vegetarian Union.​​​​​​​​
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Stay tuned for more on their St. Laurent rosé dropping tomorrow!
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Don't forget to add this to your calendars this week, Austinites, for WINE WEDNESDAY at @butterfly_bar_atx 🦋 Drop in to see our very own Allen repping 6-8 tasty selections!​​​​​​​​
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The deets:​​​​​​​​
▫️Every Wednesday enjoy discounted wine glasses AND bottles, ALL NIGHT​​​​​​​​
▫️Wine tastings with are from 6-9pm​​​​​​​​, and 😎 will be around on May 25th and June 1st
▫️Weekly entertainment and retail bottles available to-go​​​​​​​​
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We'll see you there!​​​​​​​​
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#SerendipityAustin #ButterflyBar
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Chateau Auguste's rosé is more than just a Merlot-dominant blend, it's also been named the number one Bordeaux rosé! Racy, precise, and light on its feet, this wine celebrates tangy red berry flavors and a bracingly beautiful minerality. Lithe and pure with no excess weight but plenty of depth, Auguste has a stony and fresh finish that displays excellent clarity and persistence.​​​​​​​​
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This Rosé is also an elegant and versatile wine that can be paired with virtually any cuisine. Try it with lobster, seared salmon or tuna; meat dishes such as duck, turkey, and rare lamb; pasta and risotto; or lighter fare such as salads and vegetarian dishes. Of course, it can also be enjoyed alone...​​​​​​​​
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Photo Credit to @ChateauAugusteWine
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Time for a little background & Bordeaux history from one of our newest producers, @ChateauAugusteWine 🇫🇷​​​​​​​​
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Château Auguste is a 74-acre Bordeaux Superieur estate located in the Right Bank region of Bordeaux within the Entre-Deux-Mers appellation. The enchanting name “Entre-Deux-Mers” – translated as “between two seas” or “tides” -- refers to the Garonne and Dordogne rivers that form the boundaries of this triangular region. For thousands of years, the two rivers have deposited sand and gravel slowly creating layers of limestone deep within the earth. Given the fertile landscape, Romans were the first to plant vineyards here, with monks later developing the area during the Middle Ages.​​​​​​​​
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Today the estate is organically farmed, with the château producing 16,000 cases a year! How's that for a snapshot into their unique terroir?​​​​​​​​
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Photo credit goes to Chateau Auguste 🌿
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New brand alert! Please join us in welcoming two producers from @Vignobles_Sullivan: Château Gaby and Château Auguste! These newbies are definitely for music lovers— Sullivan’s winemaker, Damien Landouar, plays music to his vines twice per day. He's breaking new ground with his use of Genodics, which uses various sound waves and frequencies to stimulate the vines natural resistance to pathogens such as bacteria, fungus, and viruses.

@ChateauGabyWine is located in the Right Bank region of the Canon-Fronsac appellation in Bordeaux, France, where some of the regions finest wines are produced. For years, the wines from this appellation have been considered an insider’s secret, but recently their quality has attracted attention around the world. Try their award-winning silver label Merlot, blend today!

Also located on the Right Bank, @ChateauAugusteWine strives to create wine of extraordinary quality that doesn’t break the bank. Grown with 100% organic grapes so that flavor is never compromised, their wines have the depth and versatility to be enjoyed year-round, bringing joie de vivre to any occasion. In partnership with Serendipity, we currently carry their rosé (rated Bordeaux's number one rosé!) and their rouge.

Cheers to you, Vignobles Sullivan!
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Patio weather is here and that means it's Vinho Verde season! Bring on this refreshing and slightly effervescent sipper from LAGO…​​​​​​​​
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Made in the same way as it has been for the last fifty years, LAGO's Vinho Verde boasts floral nuances that reflect the green landscape of the region from which it hails: Minho, Portugal. This classic bottling combines several native varieties (Loureiro, Arinto, Trexaidura, among others) into a tropical, effervescent and expressive young wine. Expect vivid and generous fruit aromas of pear, peach, apricot, lychee, pineapple & passion fruit. ​​​​​​​​
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As an added bonus, it's certified sustainable, lower calorie and has a more modest alcohol than most white wines— making it the perfect go-to for easy going gatherings or weeknight dinner. It shines with seafood, but is also a versatile pairing for pizza, pasta and herbaceous spring-time fare!
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The Serendipity team is growing! Please join us in sending a warm welcome to one of our newest additions to the #SerendipityHouston Sales crew, Nicolas 🥂​​​​​​​​
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Q: Where are you from & what brought you to the wine industry/your position?​​​​​​​​
A: I am a native Texan who discovered a love of wine while living abroad in The Netherlands. My husband and I drove to the Mosel in Germany one weekend and that’s when I had my first “aha” moment with wine…I was hooked. We moved back to Texas in 2016, and that’s when I entered this industry with HEB as a buyer.​​​​​​​​
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Q: What is your new favorite wine in our book?​​​​​​​​
A: While there are many wines in our book that I love, the wine I will be crushing by the pool this summer is @CaveDeTurckheim Pinot Blanc.​​​​​​​​
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Q: What do you like to do when you’re not working?​​​​​​​​
A: Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with family, and my dogs, and I never pass up an opportunity to have a great dinner at one of the many eclectic restaurants here in Houston.​​​​​​​​
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Welcome, @NicolasPerkins!
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Our last feature for Earth Month takes us to the volcanic soils of Sicily 🌋 Meet LunaGaia:​​​​​​​​
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Born from the largest Biodynamic community in Europe, LunaGaia is a partnership between two cooperatives in Abruzzo and Sicily, respectively: Cantina Orsogna (@LunariaBio) and BioGaia. For the latter, their name comes from the Ancient Greek words for 'life' and the patron goddess of the earth and fertility. The BioGaia project originates from the three passionate farmers, aiming to make their work an act of love for the land and for man. The biodynamic agriculture practiced by the founders of BioGaia seeks to restore the balance between man and the environment.​​​​​​​​
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As a result, LunaGaia focuses on varietals indigenous to Sicily: Grillo, Nerello Mascalese, Nero d'Avola, Catarratto, and (our favorite to say out loud) Zibibbo. A true expression of Sicilian tradition from grapes to packaging, their line celebrates the color and adornments of Sicilian heritage. While always holding the highest respect for the land!
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Another out-of-this-world offering from @BonnyDoonVineyard just dropped in! Have you tried the 2021 'Le Cigare' Orange?​​​​​​​​
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The grapes are a blend of Grenache Gris, Grenache Blanc, Grenache & Orange Muscat. The nose has aromas of fresh apricot, citrus and bergamot. The palate is bright and fresh with notes of peach, apricot and citrus peel. At a gentle 10.5% ABV, this wine is perfect for sipping on its own or pairing with light starters.​​​​​​​​
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Beam us up, it's time to get Doon...
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Our next Earth Month feature takes us to the Santa Cruz Mountains of California, to @BonnyDoonVineyard 🌎 While they're known most prominently for introducing Rhone varieties across the Central Coast AVA, Bonny Doon has had a cosmic-sized impact on the wine industry. Some of their achievements include:​​​​​​​​
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▫️Championing the screw cap as a closure for wines bottles, which helps to eliminate waste produced from TCA tainted wines.​​​​​​​​
▫️Bonny Doon was among the first wineries to list an ingredient label on their bottles, pushing other producers to embrace transparency.​​​​​​​​
▫️They were the first in California to utilize microbullage— a method of micro-oxygenation that can stabilize a wine's color, smooth tannins, and soften unwanted vegetal notes.
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Cheers from our #SerendipityHouston team alongside the esteemed Lee Hudson! We loved having you in the market 🥂​​​​​​​​
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About @hudsonnapavalley Wines:​​​​​​​​
Hudson Vineyards produces grapes of distinction from uniquely situated sites on two hundred acres of vineyards. Over thirty years of meticulous winegrowing and winemaking experience goes into each bottle of Hudson Wine. Additionally, Hudson Vineyards’ premium grapes are sold to 27 wineries in Napa and Sonoma counties, some of which produce wines from specific vineyard sites identified as distinct and bear the ‘Hudson Vineyards’ designation on their labels.

#HudsonWinery #LeeHudson #HudsonNapaValley #HudsonRanchAndVineyards
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Happy Earth Day 🌎 We hope you're kicking it with some wines that have the earth's best interest at heart. Today for us that's @illahevineyards! Certified sustainable (LIVE & Salmon Safe) with organic practices, Illahe is a Willamette-based, family winery that started with Lowell Ford planting grapes in 1983. Their minimal intervention goes even as far as their Project 1899 Pinot Noir— which is made made without the use of modern winemaking equipment or electricity. ​​​​​​​​
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From the winery: "We are farmers at heart, and we enjoy being close to nature through our grapes, watching every season change the landscape around us, and every vintage change the wines in the bottle." ​​​​​​​​
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We'll cheers to that!
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