Summer is coming to an end, and what better way to celebrate an endless evening than having a crisp bottle of Chateau Ste Michelle, cooking a homemade dinner, and sitting out on the lawn as the light changes from day to night. And a perfect addition to any summer dining is having a good playlist to make your feet groove toward the end.
Tonight, I chose a bottle by Chateau Ste Michelle. Preferably, I like the Columbia Valley Sauvignon Blanc, it tastes refreshing and sweet-like-fruit, and embark a lighter note, too. Like myself, I don’t often drink wine or alcohol, so trying out new drinks is always worth the go. Drinking (alcohol) is crucial with a meal, so every now and then I like to wind down with a homemade dinner and catch a perfect sunset. You really can't beat times like this.
So I encourage you to enjoy your summer night and pop a crisp bottle of Ste Michelle!
Who is Chateau Ste Michelle?
Chateau Ste Michelle was established in 1912 in the northeast of Seattle, Washington by lumber baron Frederick Stimpson. Today, they are located on the estate. They were first known as the National Wine Company and Pommerelle that turned into the largest winery in the state.
Ste Michelle wine is lighter in terms of alcohol because they use fewer additives when producing. Every individual decanter is printed and bottled in the high class and value. Not only do they taste great, look great, but it is also rare to find great wines at affordable cost!
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