BLOG: Our Wines

| Posted by Megan for Sutter Home
Are you ready for a fun weekend getaway? So are we, which is why we’re about to launch our Sweet Escape Sweepstakes! Starting October 1 check out our Facebook page, where you can enter your info for a chance to win a trip for two. There are four sweet locations to choose from, so click here now to...
| Posted by Megan for Sutter Home
Did you know there’s a way to drink wine and support a good cause? All you have to do is send in the top quality seal from ANY capsule or a receipt from ANY bottle of Sutter Home wine. For every capsule or receipt received we will donate $1.00 to finding a cure for breast cancer. The program runs...
| Posted by Megan for Sutter Home
Even though the days are getting shorter, we're still claiming it's a Sutter Home summer for at least a few more weeks! In honor of the end of summer, we want to share some fun food & wine pairing tips. Sutter Home Sweet Red with veggie burgers & sweet corn salad Sweet corn salad: Frozen...
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Vintage-dated means that at least 85% of the grapes were grown & harvested in that particular year. For example, if you have a bottle of 2009 Sutter Home Merlot that you just picked up at the store, then the Merlot grapes were grown & harvested in 2009. We believe that this is a quality cue...
| Posted by Megan for Sutter Home
We've been producing mini bottles for years but somehow they never manage to fall out of style. They're perfect for so many occasions - sippin' - excuse us - sittin' by the pool, watching the game with your friends, backyard BBQs, picnics at the park...the list goes on & on! What is your...
| Posted by Megan for Sutter Home
California. Oregon. Washington. France. Italy. Virgina. Texas. Germany. Argentina. Chile. Spain. Wine is produced everywhere! It may be hard initially to get a handle on each wine region, so we just want to start scratching the surface. Let's start with parts of California. California is broken up...
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Today's Wine 101 post is about how to taste wine. We've found a helpful video from Wine Spectator that we want to share with you. This video breaks wine tasting down into four S's - See, Sniff, Sip, Summarize. One tip we've found helpful is to breathe out through your nose after you swallow but...
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Wine openers, corkscrews, wine keys, gimme-the-wine-already openers...Some are cute, some are functional, some are both. Which one is right for you? Server openers: These are probably the most common. If you want to purchase one of these, be sure to look for the double hinged type for better...
| Posted by Megan for Sutter Home
You like wine. You are of the viewpoint that wine should be enjoyed at every occasion, even if that occasion is Taco Tuesdays. Now, what to do with all those corks! We've scoured the internet to find some cool ideas on what you can do with all of those corks. We found wreaths, clocks, floors, walls...
| Posted by Megan for Sutter Home
It's spring & Napa Valley vines are coming to life! In early March, tiny shoots break through on the vines (bud break.) The bright yellow mustard plants are almost gone and the vines are finally showing their small green leaves. Vineyard managers keep a close watch on their vines at this time...