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National Rosé Wine Day 2023
June 10, 2023 All day
Let’s celebrate National Rosé Wine Day with a Bingham Rosé. This year we have a dry and a semi-sweet rosé.
Our High Plains Sunset Rosé is back again with a 2022 vintage. This wine is a a dry Mourvèdre rosé, fruit forward with notes of strawberry.
This year, we are also offering you the choice of a semi-sweet rosé blend we are calling “Summer Nights”. It is red berry fruit forward wine, and a perfect patio wine when you are having a little spicier fare and want a touch of sweetness in your wine. When you pull out your chips and salsa, try this wine for your weekday relaxation.
If you would rather have a white wine for your patio fare, we have you covered there as well.
We have a new white wine blend, Peggy June, which is already a favorite for summer time with our friends. This wine is a semi-sweet blend of Gewürztraminer and Malvasia Bianca with floral notes with tropical flavors.
Peggy June is also know as Grancy. She is the grandmother of the family and known for her artistry, cooking, and hugs. Her support and encouragement are what ties the family together. You can read more about that wine with the link.
And yes, for all you Gewürztraminer lovers, we have one back in stock after being without one for quite some time. As you all know, all of our wines are estate which means that we grew all of the grapes as well as vinted and bottled every one at our own winery. So at times, we are out of stock of one of our varietal wines or blends. But we do currently have a Gewürztraminer varietal wine that was grown and produced by our Bingham Team.
So, enjoy our summertime wines with confidence knowing not only where the grapes were grown and who made the wine, but that you are drinking quality 100% Texas wine.
By the way, in case you were wondering, yes, the tablecloth (actually I think that it is a sheet) in the first photo is a family heirloom, but not from the Bingham side of the family. It is from my (Betty’s) great-grandparents who were Bills thus the “B”. But it still works well for today.