November 24 is International Carménère Day. And for all of you wine day naysayers, just move along. The rest of us will use these days to discover, embrace, or re-discover some great wines. This is a relatively new “wine holiday” created in 2014 by Wines of Chile. The day was created to celebrate
Cheers to International Sauvignon Blanc Day, which for the last 8 years has been celebrated the first Friday in May. Or is it April 24? Actually I’ve seen both days touted as Sauvignon Blanc Day, but since the May date has been around for almost a decade, social media guru Rick Bakas says this is the date, and the entire country of New Zealand has over two weeks of celebrations leading up to this designated day, I’m going with this one. But I mean, heck it’s not a bad deal to drink Sauv Blancs both days or even for the 2 weeks between the days. Either way, you’re #winning.