A Journey Through Wine Holidays to Celebrate Every Season

A Journey Through Wine Holidays to Celebrate Every Season

Here at Rove Winery, we believe in celebrating not just the big moments, but also the small, joyous occasions that life offers. 

What better way to do this than by embracing the myriad of wine holidays throughout the year?

February 18: National Drink Wine Day

Imagine a crisp winter day, the land resting under a blanket of snow, as you celebrate National Drink Wine Day. 

This day is a toast to the love of wine by uncorking your favorite bottle and letting the rich flavors dance across your palate.

Need some ideas? Check out 5 Ways to Celebrate National Wine Day.

March 3: National Mulled Wine Day

As the remnants of winter linger, National Mulled Wine Day arrives to offer a perfect excuse to indulge in a warm, spiced drink. 

Simmer a blend of red wine with a melody of cinnamon, star anise, and citrus. The aroma fills the air and your mouth, promising cozy moments by the fire.

May 25: Chardonnay Day

As spring unfurls, Chardonnay Day beckons. It's a day to explore the versatility of this beloved wine. 

Whether you prefer the oaked or unoaked variety, Rove's Chardonnay is a symphony of flavors, with each sip reminiscent of spring's return.

Learn more about this incredible wine in All About Chardonnay: Your Essential Guide. Also, check out Your Spring Wine and Food Pairing Guide for more ways to celebrate the return of spring.

June 3: World Cider Day

As the calendar turns to June, we celebrate World Cider Day. This day is a perfect occasion to explore and savor the diverse range of flavors that ciders offer. 

From the tartness of cherries to the robust character of heirloom apple varieties, our 2 ciders present a unique experience. And you’ll find the essence of Michigan's rich fruit heritage captured in every sip.

June: National Rosé Day

Falling on the second Saturday in June, National Rosé Day celebrates the beginning of summer. 

Rove’s Ragaire Rosé of Pinot Gris is a tribute to long, sun-kissed days and cool, starry nights – a perfect companion for summer picnics and beachside toasts.

Read All About Rosé Wine to dive into the beauty of this wine and check out Your Summer Wine and Food Pairing Guide for more summer celebration ideas.

August 18: International Pinot Noir Day

Come August, International Pinot Noir Day is an homage to the complexity and elegance of this varietal. 

Rove's Pinot Noir, with its delicate balance of aromas and flavors, speaks of the care and passion-infused in every bottle.

If you love Pinot Noir (or all things wine, really), you’ll love reading All About Pinot Noir.

October: Merlot Month

All through October, we celebrate Merlot – a wine as rich and colorful as the autumn leaves. 

Rove’s Merlot and Cabernet Franc Merlot blend encapsulates the essence of the season. Each glass echoes the crisp, cool air and the rustle of fallen leaves.

Love fall? Read Your Fall Wine and Food Pairing Guide to mark the season even more.

December 4: Cabernet Franc Day

As winter begins, Cabernet Franc Day offers a moment to reflect and savor. 

Rove’s Cabernet Franc Merlot blend is like a warm, inviting embrace, perfect for sharing stories and making memories.

Make a plan to get even cozier during winter with our Winter Wine and Food Pairing Guide.

December 20: National Sangria Day

Finally, as the year winds down, National Sangria Day is a festive celebration. 

Mix up a punch bowl of sangria with one of Rove’s wines for a glass infused with fresh fruits and a hint of Michigan’s spirit. It's a joyful concoction, symbolic of the cheer and togetherness that Rove embodies.

At Rove Winery, every bottle tells a story of the land, the people, and the passion that goes into crafting each wine and cider. 

Through these wine holidays, we invite you to partake in the tapestry of experiences and flavors that make Rove not just a winery but a wine journey worth savoring. 

Here’s to a year filled with delightful discoveries and shared moments, one glass at a time. 


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