Different does not equal better or worse.
Is it wine? Is it clean? What does that even mean?
Hear me out. In this post, I am going to make the case for cans (caseS, actually) and, hopefully, get you excited about gettin’ your Groove on.
In another blog post, I may have inflamed some traditionalists by suggesting (kind of) that bottles and cans were both just vessels that “hold your wine until you are ready to drink it”.
How many of you have found yourself in the store staring at a kaleidoscope of wine labels wondering which one you should pick?
This might not be the most traditional pairing. But when asked if you want a glass of rosé or a plate of tacos, the answer to both is almost always yes.
Caveat: I am not an expert on diet, nutrition, sugar, etc., but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night. (Narrator Voice: No he didn’t)
Some things just go together. Pancho & Lefty. Gym memberships and empty promises. Food & Wine.
Responsible for Thanksgiving dinner? Prefer minimizing time and energy so you can enjoy yourself? WE GOT YOU. Here is a menu and all the Thanksgiving dinner recipes you need to produce a delicious spread.
Groove Wines believes that alcohol should be enjoyed responsibly at all times.
Never drink and drive. Have a designated driver. Do not drink on an empty stomach.