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Now that Halloween is over, it is time to put away the fear and get out the picnic gear.
A fall picnic isn’t complete without some wine, cheese, crackers and the perfect blanket. Take some time this week to get outside, enjoy the sweater weather, the changing colors and great values from DEPs! Tip: Don’t forget to bring your wine key. Product information below:
Looking for a great Pinot Noir under $20? Caiden’s Vineyard’s Block Nine is a small production winery focused solely on Pinot Noir. Their niche: quality Pinot Noir at an affordable price.
Tasting Notes: The Block Nine Pinot Noir shows a deep, rich color. The aromas show generous bright fruit with a mix of strawberry, violets, dark cherry and hints of leather. Flavorful in the mouth with good body and a velvety texture, this wine shows wild strawberries and a hint of toasted French oak to complete its elegant finish.
Still not sold? Ask the critics…
Robert Parker’s Favorite Cali Pinot under $25
“Run, don’t walk to find this lovely, inexpensive Pinot.” – Wine Enthusiast
Near Narbonne and the sunny Mediterranean coast lies the ancient winemaking village Bizanet, home to Domaine Sainte Eugénie. Blended from 45% Merlot, 15% Cabernet, 20% Carignan and 20% Grenache.
Tasting Notes: Le Clos boasts lively red and black fruit aromas and exotic, spicy highlights. Silky tannins support a finely structured palate, softened by a touch of toasty vanilla oak.
Don’t forget to pack your stemless “glass”ware. Classier than a solo cup, more convenient than a wine glass. The award-winning govino wine glass reflects a wine’s color and projects its aromatics much like fine crystal. The go anywhere glass.
Who wants to cut the cheese at a picnic? Pre-cut Kerrygold is the perfect solution to a stress free picnic. Just open the pack and add to your favorite cracker. Imported from Ireland, this Dubliner cheese is aged with a distinctive taste and a natural hint of sweetness.
Speaking of crackers, you have to try these rich, savory, rosemary blend from Carr’s. The story of Carr’s Biscuits began during the British Industrial Revolution. The business became so popular that it was granted Queen Victoria’s Royal Warrant. Carr’s continues to receive the award by British royalty- they are that good!
We hope our picnic suggestions inspire you to experience the fall. Whether it be the wine, snacks or your company, enjoy your day the good way. See you at DEPs!