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Probably the best thing about living in Florida is that our summer season unofficially begins in March. Virtually all residential communities are adorned with year-round lush tropical landscaping and inviting porches and patios. I love outdoor entertaining, so nothing gives me greater joy than providing some southern hospitality to my friends and family, especially in the summertime. That being said, a hostess can’t host a poolside soiree without her go-to bottle of chilled wine! If you’re looking for a new and affordable brand to try, I highly recommend Torresella wines. I’m usually more of a red wine drinker, but @Torresella_US Pinot Grigio, which has a clean, crisp taste and authentic Italian heritage, is absolutely divine and a guaranteed crowd pleaser.
Like most Italians, Torresella wine is proud to be grounded in everyday elegance. For the taste and quality of their grapes, it’s hard to believe their average price point is well under $20. It’s just an authentic approachable wine that you feel good buying, sharing, relaxing with, or serving at your private event.
Oh, and another perk is that Torresella Wine employ sustainable environmental practices and have a healthy respect for their beautiful surroundings. Specifically, they leverage solar roof panels to self-sustain the majority of their vineyard’s power requirements and employ modern farming and irrigation systems to reduce their environmental impact. A vineyard with great wine and a great mission statement? Yes, please.
Best of all, Torresella wine is perfect for sharing and is made for good times with great people. Their wine, specifically Torresella Pinot Grigio, pairs perfectly with afternoon picnics of bread and cheese, parties with delicious seafood, Sunday brunches, or even an impromptu Wine Down Wednesday celebration. A good hostess always keeps a few extra bottles handy for surprise visitors. I’m stocked up on the stuff until somewhere around November, when Florida may or probably may not decide to finally start cooling off.
Have you ever winded down with @Torresella.US wines? Which wine was your favorite? I’m in desperate need of recommendations after loving their Pinot Grigio so much. Oh, and if you’ve never given their wines a try before, head to the Torresella Wine Facebook page for more info!