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Are You Serving flipflops Wines During the Holiday’s!

FlipFlop Wines Embraces the Theory of “To Each, Their Own”

FlipFlop wines, has embraced the movement toward individualistic expression, instead of manufacturing wines into a cookie-cutter style that’s all the rage. Their goal is to craft expressive, well-balanced wines that evoke just what the grapes inside intended, without being over-wrought or over-explained, and that can be enjoyed at any occasion.

“Sounds absolutely fabulous. Coming from my point of view. I love wine, I enjoy having a glass with my meal or relaxing at the end of the day. However I’m not a wine snob or connoisseur of wine. I have absolutely no desire to spend the equivalent of my house payment for the enjoyment of a great wine during my dinner and… In walks, flipflops wine’s.”

David Georges, Vintner

While working at an organic vegetable farm in the Mt. Shasta region of California, David discovered the art of grape growing. After planting a small vineyard on the farm, he was fascinated with wine, from managing the vineyard to tasting the fruits of his labor. Inspired to learn more, David attended the University of California at Davis first to study viticulture, and then added wine making coursework as well. David honed his wine making skills at well-known California wineries including Artesa and Davis Bynum.
In 2009, David began working on the wines that would become the inaugural vintage of flipflop. His goal is to stay true to each wine’s varietal character, and to make great tasting wines that don’t break the bank.

I think perhaps a small piece of myself was pulled to Davids work as soon as I read the word “organic”.

FlipFlop wines has been the most enjoyable review I have had the pleasure working on.

I was given the opportunity to sample and enjoy three more fabulous FlipFlop wines. Once again I love them all.

Today I’m using Pinot Noir! I’m making a roast for dinner. Pinot Noir was added during the cooking as well as a bit of taste testing while I was cooking.

I received the Pinot Noir, Merlot and Riesling for my review and personal use.

 

Pinot Noir:

Appellation
California
Tastes like
Medium-bodied, structured Pinot Noir with bright cherry, sweet spice and a supple, velvety finish.Taste with vintner David Georges, click here.
It is full of
Cola aromas and hints of vanilla
Eat with
Grilled Mahi Mahi, bacon-wrapped shrimp or chocolate chip cookies
Serve
Room temperature
Store
Away from direct sunlight

Sweetness Meter: Dry

Merlot

Appellation
California
Tastes like
Medium-bodied, silky Merlot with plum and mocha notes, soft tannins and a balanced, luscious finish.Taste with vintner David Georges, click here.
Eat with
Texas chili, black & blue sliders, cheddar cheese broccoli or your favorite tacos
Serve
Room temperature
Store
Away from direct sunlight

Sweetness Meter: Dry

Riesling

Appellation
Left Coast
Tastes like
Medium-bodied, Riesling with peach, apricot and melon which lead to a satisfying, smooth finishTaste with vintner David Georges, click here.
It is full of
Tropical notes and sweet aromas
Eat with
Tofu stir-fry, shredded pork tacos and sake sashimi
Serve
Chilled
Store
Away from direct sunlight

Sweetness Meter: Dry

 

Most FlipFlop wines sell for around $7 per bottle.

I have thoroughly enjoyed my time reviewing FlipFlop wines. I do have to say I’m a wee bit partial to white wine. With that being said I know I will stay stocked up with my favorites to enjoy at my leisure.

What are you waiting for pick up a bottle or two to enjoy this evening.

You can find FlipFlops wine online:

flipflopwines.com – Flipflop Wines Facebook – @flipflopswines Twitter

 

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