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Meet Meg - Travelfood Wine Lover

Meet Meg - Travelfood Wine Lover

Meet Meg - Travelfood Wine Lover. Meg’s a single Mom of five kids, an AP Capstone teacher at Troy School District in Michigan - one of the top public high schools in the nation - as well as an accomplished writer, influencer and blogger. She’s a Travelfood Curated Wine lover who often pulls out a Pinot for the girls.

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Summer sips that ship without a worry.

Summer sips that ship without a worry.

Beat the heat and keep drinking the good stuff with special overnight shipping rates that rival ground. Happy summer vacation.

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No foolin, judge says no wine before it's time. It's time

No foolin, judge says no wine before it's time. It's time

Alimony. It happens. Sip slowly. These wines have been there done that and came back with a roar! You’ve enjoyed Loomis wines before so you know it's no joke. After a 4 year hiatus - hey divorce takes time - this unicorn brand that sat in probate, we mean tank, is good to go.Alimony White: aromas of honey, poached pear and apricot with a slight wisp of maple. Honeysuckle and lemon curd dominate the flavor profile.Alimony Rosé: juicy aromas of fresh bing cherry and roses. Racy acidity drives floral and citrus flavors with an ever so slight hint of lavender.Alimony Red: aromas and flavors of ripe fruits -...

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Say It With Rosé "Valentine Be Mine"

Say It With Rosé "Valentine Be Mine"

Whether you believe St. Valentine was hopelessly in love with forbidden flesh, or Pre-Roman rituals had men slaughtering goats then getting extremely drunk February 13-15, we think you can ‘Express your affection’ with these new releases for your sweet Valentine. Two delicious, affordable sparklers from the Rock Wall Wine Company are crisp, dry and reminiscent of champagne. Lower alcohol too!  The new 2017 Sparkling Rosé from Yolo County is a lovely pink carnation color derived from the Italian Aglianico grape. This beauty is aged 10 months “en tirage,” the traditional French practice of adding yeast and sugar to create the defining bubbles that grow smaller and softer each year....

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