Hay Maker Sauvignon Blanc is a real contender

Hay Maker New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc is a refreshing wine whose time has come.

This sustainable find from New Zealand is a surprising step up from local favorite Matua with its pale straw color and lifted notes of fresh grapefruit, guava and nettles, which lead to a lively palate of fresh, concentrated fruit flavors. Its bright acidity provides a crisp, mouthwatering finish.

Hailing from New Zealand’s legendary Marlborough region, Hay Maker’s well-crafted design really hits the spot this time of year. Try teaming it with roasted chicken, seared fish with Asian spices, or with a well-stocked charcuterie board.

Hay Maker is strong, dependable entry to the Northern Colorado wine scene.

There is a wealth of fantastic wines from the down under area of the globe. You can pick up a bottle of Hay Maker, as well as many other wonderful choices from New Zealand and Australia at large, local liquor stores, like Wyatt’s, who offer you a global approach to spirit and wine tasting.

Take the high road with Long Path Wines

Looking for a quality new wine that will raise your dinner enjoyment a level?

Try Long Path Wines of Napa. Vinted with care and experience, Long Path is perfect for any occasion without breaking the bank. Experience one of these satisfying varietals:

Long Path Chardonnay                                                                                                      

Long Path Chardonnay presents lemon and white peaches on the nose. Fresh flavors of apple and citrus are accented with light buttery notes. It pairs well with creamy pasta dishes, salmon, shellfish, or seasoned chicken dishes.

Long Path Cabernet Sauvignon                                                                             

Displaying pleasant aromas of bright red cherry and berries, this Cabernet has flavors of plum, raspberry, and cherry on the palate, complemented with touches of allspice, cinnamon, and vanilla. Medium bodied with a soft tannic structure, try teaming with steak or a well-seasoned pork chop. It is also very pleasant when paired with hard, aged cheeses before dinner.

Long Path, Red Blend

This melodic combination of California Zinfandel, Syrah, Petite Syrah, Cabernet, and Mouvedre creates a bold, dark blend with notes of cassis and toasted coffee on the nose. It is full bodied with concentrated flavors of black tea, ripe raspberries, blueberry jam, and a kiss of oak, yet nicely balanced. Long Path Red makes a welcome companion to brats, burgers, barbeque chicken, and even dark chocolate dipped strawberries.

You can try before you before this Saturday, February 2, at Wyatt’s free Long Path Tasting. All Long Path wines will be on sale!

Bring on the cheer with Kraemer Sparkling Wine

Looking for an impressive new sparkling wine this holiday season? Try Kraemer Brut Sparkling Wine.

Made predominantly from 100% Chardonnay Loire Valley grapes from Southwestern France, it is a simple, fruity wine, with attractive apple and citrus flavors, that brings a smile with its crisp, cool character, and refreshing effervescence.

Soft and creamy flavors team with fine bubbles to ensure this sparkling wine is a perfect complement to any celebration, as well as being fantastic in cocktails.

You can get your Kraemer Brut, as well as everything you need to make the holiday bright, at larger, family-owned local liquor emporiums with plenty of knowledgeable, friendly staff and an unbeatable selection.

And Kraemer is on sale this week, through Wednesday, December 26, and featured in our huge Sunday One Day Sale on December 30!