We’re ringing in summer with five new wines and endless reasons to cheer! The newest additions to the Kuvée family are everything from complex and fruity, to edgy, intense and inspiring. Meet them below, get to know them in real life.
Get to know Viognier, a new varietal to the Kuvée wine portfolio. This one from Bonny Doon is a soft, full bodied white wine, that is more interesting than your average Chardonnay. One of the most mysterious grapes of France, Viognier produces a hauntingly aromatic wine, fragrant of violets and honeysuckles. You’ll enjoy notes of tropical fruits like pineapple, as well as peach and white flowers.
Pair with: Grilled oysters, Pan roasted halibut, Mahi Mahi with pineapple, Chicken stew
Malbec is another new varietal to the Kuvée wine portfolio. Generally less dry than a Cabernet, but more so than a Merlot, Malbecs boast a bold body and immediate drinkability. This one from Coppola is no exception and tastes of rich, dark fruit flavors and spices.
Pair with: Fillet with Hollandaise, Bacon and Eggs Breakfast for Dinner, Steak Tacos, Blueberry Pie
Inspired by Scarlet O'Hara of Gone With the Wind, this wine will leave a lasting impression on you as the character does on audiences. The Scarlet Red Label Blend is complex, tempestuous and alluring. It's a blend of Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot and offers rich fruit flavors with vanilla and spicy undertones.
Pair with: Grilled Flank Steak, Lamb Loin Chops, Pork Sausage with Grilled Onions, Grilled Cheese
The Hedges HIP, or House of Independent Producers, Cab blend pushes the envelope marrying the structure of Cabernet Sauvignon with the savage characteristics of Syrah. This wine is a radically modern interpretation of a more classic blend, tasting of black plum, sour cherry, spiced fig and leather.
Pair with: New York Strip Steak with Mushrooms, Veal Chops, Steak Fajitas, Aged Gouda Cheese
This medium bodied red from Omen is rich and fruity, with tastes of strawberries and ripe blackberries. These grapes were picked at an elevation of 2,306 feet, where the high mountains and deep granite soils develop grapes for intense wines, making it the perfect choice for your boldest dinner and desert choices.
Pair with: Spicy Tacos, Korean BBQ, Cheddar Cheese, Dark Chocolate Truffles