Best Valentine’s Day Wine Picks

Choosing a bottle for valentines day can be a daunting task.  Here are a few classics and some new bottles to get you started and help you on your way, no matter what your situation is:

Last minute quick pick from the Supermarket
Mumm Cuvee MWant to impress? Pull out a bottle of Napa’s best known sparkling wine maker. Cuvee M is the most common, but Mumm makes a variety of bottles based on your taste.   

Napa Cellars Chardonnay – Highly Rated and the word Napa is always impressive.

Apothic White – This easy to drink, fruity and semi-sweet, white blend is sure to please those “non-wine drinkers” you know. 

Sterling Vi
ntner’s Collection Chardonnay – Bursts of fruit flavors balanced well on the palate, you can’t go wrong opening one of these bottles. 

Bogle Vineyard Essential Red –  a blend of the stronger red varietals make this a full flavored wine with a spicy plum finish. 

Bubbles Bubbles Bubbles
Danza Del Sol Espumosa Sparkling Wine Let this one breath for a little, but an abundance of flavor and sparkle for that special day.

Korbel Brut Let the bubbles go to your head as you relive your magical years together.

Gloria Ferrer Blanc de Blancs  Gloria Ferrer makes an abundance of different sparkling wines. Find something that suits your fancy and pop a bottle open!

Bold and Flavorful
Moss Roxx Ancient Vine Zinfandel – Bold and sure to take her (or his) breath away. Add some chocolate covered strawberries for bonus points.

Sextant Late Harvest Zinfandel – sweet and unique…just like your special someone.

Layer Cake Shiraz –  Full bodied, coco, raspberry, vanilla, and oak. Make sure you pair it with a full bold meal! 

If none of these suit your fancy, be sure to check out our Romantic Evening category for more options.


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