Take a trip to the sprawling Goulburn Valley wine region, an area stretching from Seymour in central Victoria right up to Echuca on the Murray River.
The perfect combination The mild weather, abundant water and sandy soils have enabled the valley and the sub-region of Nagambie Lakes to consistently produce award-winning wines since the 1860s.
Established in 1860, Tahbilk pioneered the area's affinity with Rhône varietals such as marsanne, shiraz and rousanne.
Be sure to taste some of the region's famous buttery rich chardonnay.
(See: Dating Site Fine Print for more information, as well as my note below).
Some things simply belong together and are sweet heaven to the tastebuds when eaten at the same time, like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for instance. Probably, TBH (because let’s be real, it would be an extremely rare occurrence for this chick over here to ever turn down wine and cheese).
House Wine’s foray into cans follows Precept’s debut of West Side Wine Co., a premium canned wine brand, last year.
The new cans feature two of the brand’s best-selling varietals – Original Red Blend and Chardonnay – and the third is a brand-new House Wine Rosé.
A true original, House Wine has consistently pushed the boundaries of consumer innovation.
Seattle-based Precept Wine has seen its House Wine brand post strong gains recently, including a 13% bump to nearly 200,000 cases in the U. Rolling out nationwide this week, House Wine’s canned range will include a red blend and Chardonnay, as well as the new House Wine Rosé. cans will retail at around .50 each and are expected to tap outdoor drinking occasions.
Much of that growth has come from House Wine’s three-liter box format (), which grew 26% to 130,000 cases in 2016 (the brand also offers 750-ml. Looking to build on that success, House Wine is now launching a line of canned wines, as well as a rosé, which will be available across all three packaging formats.