Mother’s Day Wine Ideas

May 3, 2021

Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and we know some moms prefer rosé over roses or bottles over bouquets. So we’ve put together some of our favorite Mother’s Day wine ideas to help you celebrate the mom in your life—even if that’s yourself! 

The Pale: 

Sacha Lichine started the “rosé revolution” and defines a good rosé. 

This brand new French rosé is extremely pale in color (mom will love it!) and has less than one gram of sugar. 

It’s light, dry, and crisp with a touch of ripe berries. It’s sophisticated and unique. Plus, the bottle is gorgeous, so it’ll look great next to some flowers or as a gift on its own. 

Plus, it’s very affordable and typically easy to find. 

Olivier Leflaive Bourgogne Les Sétilles 

Mom may not be able to travel the world right now, but you can still take her to France with a delicious French blend. 

This Bourgogne comes from a blend of about 60 different areas around France, including Puligny-Montrachet, Meursault, Côte Chalonnaise, and Hautes Côte de Beaune. It’s complex and delicious. 

You’ll get aromas of white flowers, peach, grilled almonds, and lemon peels. The palate is full and warm, and the finish is lively. 

Côtes de Provence Rosé – Fleurs de Prairie

Fleurs de Prairie translates to “wildflowers,” so it’s perfect for Mother’s Day! This French rosé is a “Meditarranean combination of sun, wind, mild water stress, and ocean influence that provide ideal conditions for grapes to ripen to the perfect balance of flavor and freshness.”

It’s crafted in the traditional South of France style, so you can expect a pale salmon color, flavors of strawberries, rose petals, and herbs, as well as a bright, refreshing acidity. 

Bota Breeze

For the environment-friendly mom who wants to save space. Bota Box Breeze offers wine low in carbs and calories but full of flavor. Believe us, you won’t miss a thing! These wines are light and refreshing while saving the environment—every box is 100% recyclable. 

There are tree varieties: Pinot Grigio, Dry Rosé, and Red Blend.

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