Our take on

Sweet Sips - $46

Our take on "sweet wines" - this curated trio features fruity and fresh profiles with notes of sweetness. Grab your Valentine, some delicious appetizers, your favorite binge-worthy show and enjoy a sweet wine tasting experience together.

Includes 1 Red, 1 Rosé, 1 White. Each 100 ml.

1. Kalsa

This Sicilian white boasts orange peel and spring flower notes - a welcome scent in the colder months. Yellow apple flavors and bright lemon notes round out the wine.

2. Rosantica

Notes of wild strawberry and freshly smashed mulberry with little hints of almond tart and blood orange. Fresh yet structured on the palate, like biting into a juicy handful of berries.

3. Le Petit Coup Rouge

A handful of red and black fruits from currant to blackberry to muddled fresh cherries. Fruity and well balanced with a little grip and hints of vineyard herbs - a bistro wine of excellence!

Sweet vs. Dry

Wine making is an art. The balance of patience, dedication and knowledge of what goes into making great wine. Let's break down the differences between what makes a wine sweet or dry.

What makes a wine dry? During the winemaking process, specifically the fermentation process the sugars in the grapes are converted into alcohol. The longer the fermentation process, the less residual sugar that will be left in the wine, making the wine more dry. Classifying a wine as dry has nothing to do with being "dry" itself, but more to do with the level of tannins.

-Cabernet Sauvignon
-Pinot Noir
-Sauvignon Blanc
-Pinot Gris

So is it safe to assume dry wines are healthier than sweet wines? We'll let you decide! With so many options to choose, there are plenty of dry wines to enjoy from white to red.

What makes a wine sweet? Just like dry wines, during the winemaking process the fermentation process is much shorter, allowing the wine to retain some of the residual sugars from the grapes. Typically sweeter wines are dessert wines meant to be enjoyed after dinner.

-White Zinfandel