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On the first day of Christmas: a whimsical wine calendar from Wine4Me!

December 25, 2020

Christmas 2020

Merry Christmas!

Marshall, Reed, and me: sunset on Christmas 2020

Today is the first day of Christmas, and on the first day of Christmas my true love sent to me

a calendar from Wine4.Me created by Amy Anderson Gross,

 

“I created the calendar as a fun way for people to see what the wines they love taste like,” Amy tells me. “So often people have a hard time describing what they like in wine. This way, they can take a sip and then take a look at the calendar and hopefully get a better idea of just what it is they may be tasting.”

On her website, Amy writes, “Learn about most popular grape types and their flavor profiles each month of the year with this whimsical wine grape desk or countertop calendar.” Every month showcases a different grape and profiles the wine using a water-color style. Wine4.Me also suggests wines from the featured grape. 

The calendars measure 5″ x 7″ and come with the wooden block holder. Plus, as Amy is from the Houston area,  10% of the purchase price from every calendar will be donated to a Houston-area food bank.

And if you don’t know about Amy’s Wine4.Me app, you should definitely check it out!

12 Days of Christmas bay Sarah Jenks Flesher

 

Read “A Wine Lover’s Holiday Gift Guide: A Whimsical Wine Calendar from Wine4Me”  at Wine Predator. 

 

 

 

 

 

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