Celebrate your Sunday with these sweet pairings! 🐰🍬 https://t.co/qIf8icFg7HReply Retweet Favorite
“Lees” is your for this week. Lees refers to sediment from dead yeast particles that are left in wine aft… https://t.co/BwdxQH5Wj2Reply Retweet Favorite
that wine grapes and table grapes are different? The table grapes 🍇 you eat have been bred to be larger and se… https://t.co/RQFvioqjW7Reply Retweet Favorite
Perfect pairings for your 🐰 Easter weekend. Stock up on these candies 🍬 and try these 🍷 wine pairings!… https://t.co/zWHXGbGFvGReply Retweet Favorite
Learn a little more📝about the full-bodied, dry white wine we are 🎉celebrating this month! Here’s a great infographi… https://t.co/5oAmbNpGlWReply Retweet Favorite
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“That wine is hot!” Yes, hot ♨️ is a which means the wine referred to is ⬆️ high in alcohol. https://t.co/XwMHHRuMYtReply Retweet Favorite
that the industry 🍇 has been around since the 1830s? Check out our timeline which shares the 📊 s… https://t.co/qZgDtlC5MHReply Retweet Favorite
Happy ! 🚫Celebrate with some high-quality 🫶self care! Check out our blog for ideas 💡… https://t.co/lXWEkjIiAYReply Retweet Favorite
Centuries of work 🔧and knowledge 🔬 were used to create each bottle of Missouri wine you enjoy. Learn more about why… https://t.co/fqPhYEJkOCReply Retweet Favorite
Chardonel is a classic 🎻 that creatively pairs with many delicious options! Here’s our pairing guide to help you th… https://t.co/Ap2wA4l62JReply Retweet Favorite
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Your for this week is “young.” When a wine is referred to as young, it means that the wine was bottled an… https://t.co/p7x2cqFoWSReply Retweet Favorite
Tannins are biomolecules found in nature that make plants unpalatable to animals, deterring them from consuming bef… https://t.co/RJ8Eegd96aReply Retweet Favorite
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It’s madness that March is almost over already. 👀 Who can guess what varietal we celebrate in April!?… https://t.co/CSbHfvcwq4Reply Retweet Favorite
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