As 2021 comes to a close and you sort out your final holiday plans – booking flights to visit loved ones, creating shopping lists (and checking them twice), and preparing for much anticipated holiday celebrations. No matter what you celebrate, there is a German wine that will pair with your festive mood. We encourage you to prost(German for “cheers”) to the holiday traditions that make the season so memorable and pair them with a bottle of German wine.
Spread Some Cheer: Rosé and Winter Caroling
If there is one thing you can always count on this time of year, it‘s hearing holiday songs everywhere. For those who love to bundle up and carol outside, try pairing the tradition with a mulled wine – whether it be red or rosé! So grab your scarf and an insulated to-go mug because this beverage is sure to keep your mood just like your wine: merry and bright. Leitz Pinot Noir Rheingau Rosé will instantly warm up your holiday caroling traditions.
Pinot Noir and Holiday Movie Marathon
After a long day of decking the halls and spreading holiday cheer, there’s no better way to relax than by curling up on your couch for a holiday movie marathon. Whether watching the classics or new releases, break out the popcorn and your favorite German Pinot Noir (aka Spätburgunder) for a perfect cozy night in. Weingut Burg Ravensburg Sulzfeld Pinot Noir 2017 is just the ticket you need for a cozy night of holiday movies.
A Reason to Celebrate: Riesling Sekt and Decorating Cookies
Why wait until your sugar cookies are out of the oven to enjoy a treat? Dust off the holiday apron and rolling pin and enjoy a glass of Riesling Sekt while baking with loved ones. A fresh and well-balanced sparkling wine is the perfect complement to enjoy on any occasion and they pair with a wide range of foods. Markus Molitor Brut Sekt is a timeless and classic sparkling wine that will pair deliciously while you are baking or devouring your holiday cookies.