Need Wine Now

Hey little mama, let me whisper in your ear…. I got your wine recommendations.

I see you, girl. It’s been a long day. Let’s chat about the wine, shall we? I have a budget-friendly, non-sophisticated palate that ranges from $15 – 50 dollars mk? Great. We’ll get along just fine. I’m not a fan of sweet wines, but if I find a good one, I will recommend it! We don’t discriminate here. All wines are welcome.

Send me your favorite wine recommendations! I’ll try them and review with a very #professionalwinereview.

Josh Vineyards Rosé
I love this rose because it is a dry, not too sweet rosé. Super drinkable, totally delightful. Definitely hints of… stonefruit. Yeah. Delicious. #professionalwinereview

Whitehaven Sauvignon Blanc
This sav blanc is so refreshing. Shoutout New Zealand, this wine is so well-balanced. Not too sweet, not too fruity, not too dry. Perfection. #professionalwinereview

Dreaming Tree Pinot Noir
I’m going to be honest. When I heard Dave Matthews had a brand of wine, I assumed it would be tragic. Au contraire. This is my go-to wine. It’s fruity, while still balanced with heavier carmely flavors. It goes with everything. Trust me. Buy it. #professionalwinereview



Passi Mento
Ok, so swoon. This wine was dedicated to the tragic love story of Romeo and Juliet (residency is a tragedy, get on board). The label tells the story of the famous love story that actually lives on by visitors to Juliet’s house in Capello Street in Verona, Italy. It used to be legal to leave romantic messages of love attached to the house, but now that is illegal. So just drink the wine and dream about love letters, mk? This wine is very berry-licious and also has a vague hint of spice. #professionalwinereview


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