A few weeks ago I was asked to try Sequin Wines – a light effervescent line of wines from Manteca, California. As usual I took them to Bunco Night to let my girlfriends all take a sip. I play Bunco with the most awesome women in the world… and they are also very honest.
We got a chance to try the Pinot Grigio and the Rose. Of the ladies who tried the wines at Bunco we were at a 50/50 split for who-liked-which-one-better. I liked both. In fact this was the first Pinot Grigio that I really enjoyed. Normally they are too dry for me, but I really liked this one. Maybe it was the bubbles.
Shimmering with fine bubbles, Sequin Pinot Grigio and Rosé can be enjoyed on their own or as the lead role in a stylish cocktail. Each sip of Sequin delivers sweet aromas and flavors that are special enough to make moments shine, yet light enough to enjoy every day. Luckily, your indulgence is also your reward, because Sequin is lower in alcohol than an average glass of wine.
Sequin Wines also has a Moscato that I have not gotten to try – yet – but if it is as light and bubbly as the Pinot Grigio, I can see it easily being a contender for my Best Moscato Wines list.
You can purchase Sequin Wines from a variety of online retailers as well as local wine shops – I even found a bottle in Target! (Isn't it wonderful that you can get dishtowels and wine in the same place now? Yay Target!)
Disclaimer: I received two bottles of Sequin Wine for the purpose of this review. All ideas and opinions are my own. Well… and my 15 other Bunco Beauties.