Sonoma-Curter Wines

by - December 04, 2015

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

I am an avid wine drinker so when Sonoma-Cutrer Wines offered me the chance to try a few of their wines out I was more than happy to comply.

As a wine lover, I've had some of the best wines ever, I've been lucky enough to experience the Montmartre Grape Harvest Festival from my Parisienne apartment on Rue D'Abesses and I have wine sent over to me from France regularly, so yea, I'm a bit of a wine snob and can be very critical of what I a drinking.

Now on to the wines! I was given two wines to try out- their Russian River Valley Pinot Noir and their Sonoma Coast Chardonnay. When it comes to wine I started off drinking whites because I liked the sweetness and reds got me sleepy but now I know how to appreciate a red and all the foods that compliment them.

The Russian River Valley Pinot Noir was the first bottle that I opened because I wanted to cook something hearty and well rounded so I opted for grilled chicken with broccoli and cauliflower cooked in unsalted butter and garlic. I had some while I was making dinner as well as another glass with my meal.
The flavor of the wine was really brought out by the warm and ‘cozy’ meal and they complimented one another extremely well. I’m not a massive fan of wines that are on the dry side so I like that this Pinot Noir feels great in my mouth and doesn’t leave me thirsty for water!

Even though I love my wines from France I'm becoming more and more open to getting as many local products as possible. From produce to wines!

When it came down to the Chardonnay I decided to put some frozen raspberries in it for a relaxing night on my balcony with my boyfriend. I also opened that bottle because it goes well with crisp and delicate fish that I like to cook during these cool SoCal nights. Shop Online for Sonoma-Cutrer Wines has an array of wines that can be purchased through their site and make a great addition to any gathering or to give out as a gift, as well as a great wine to just have at home. I’m really happy with the bottles and I’m so glad that I had the chance to try them out, so now it’s your turn! 
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