March 13, 2020 | By RJS Craft Winemaking

Why Try Rosé!

Year after year rosé continues to be one of the strongest trending and fastest-growing varietals in wine. The resurgence of rosé seems quite obvious for anyone who currently enjoys this varietal, but for those of you who aren’t convinced – here are 5 reasons as to why you should enjoy rosé all year round… a reason for each one of the delicio.. Read More
March 13, 2020 | By RJS Craft Winemaking

Summer Wine Picks

With summer around the corner, it's time to start thinking about which wines you'll want to enjoy all season long. If you’re having trouble deciding which to craft, we have taken some of the guess work out by picking some of our favourite summer varietals. TOP 3 SUMMER REDS For all the red-lovers out there, here are our 3 red wine picks for .. Read More
March 13, 2020 | By RJS Craft Winemaking

Pineapple White Wine Slushie

Move over, Frosé! This super easy and delicious pineapple white wine slushie recipe features our Cru Select Argentina style trio wine.  A yummy frozen treat perfect for summer. INGREDIENTS 4 cups cold Cru Select Argentina Style Trio 3 cups frozen pineapple chunks DIRECTIONS Add wine and pineapple chunks into a blender. Blend u.. Read More
March 13, 2020 | By RJS Craft Winemaking

DIY Red Wine Face Mask

Next time you're pouring yourself a glass of red wine, consider making yourself this easy DIY red wine face mask! Seems like a wacky idea but red wine contains resveratrol, a powerful antioxidant with anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties for your skin. So if you’re feeling adventurous – and in need of a little indulgent R&R, why not gi.. Read More
March 13, 2020 | By RJS Craft Winemaking

Easter Bunny Milkshake Recipe Using Red Wine

Celebrate Easter with this adorable and decadent chocolate Easter bunny shake. Bonus: it includes red wine! These would be perfect to fill with milk for brunch or even a cocktail for dinner with friends. We used one of our Pinot Noir wines for this recipe, but truly you can use any red wine! We do recommend using a varietal of red that is light to me.. Read More