Wine By The Season

For the majority of us, the changing of seasons comes with a new taste for the wine that comes with the season. Now that Summer is somewhat over and, Labor Day has passed us we are ready fall! Which calls for pumpkin spice, sweaters, apple pies, and of course, fall wines!

It is the best time of the year to cozy up on the couch with a nice glass of wine and relax. Although everyone loves this beautiful season, it is often hard for people to decide what wines are suitable to drink during this time. The wine aisle is a tricky one, but we offer many great wine options to provide for you this fall season! Visit our happy hour in Farmingdale at Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro to try all our favorite seasonal wine selections!

There are various wines to transition us into the cooler weather. Fall’s wine list covers whites, reds, and even some sparkling. Autumn focuses on consuming full-bodied whites and light to medium-bodied reds, which is a perfect fit for the crisp weather and extensive food. Often people think of red wine during the colder months, which is very popular during those months. But we can’t forget about our white wines that have the apple and crisp flavoring behind it.

If you want to taste all the great wines offered this season, stop in for some happy hour in Farmingdale to get great deals on all your fall wines. 

To help you pick the best wines for this fall season, read the list below: 

  • Viognier 
  • Oaked Chardonnay
  • Cabernet Sauvignon 
  • Soft red blends 
  • Pinot Noir  
  • Cabernet Franc 
  • Sparkling Wine 
  • Gamay 

These are great options for any event, whether it is a family gathering or a snug movie night. 

To taste our excellent options, hit a happy hour in Farmingdale at a place such as Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro! At Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro, our fun and tasty happy hour from Monday - Friday from 3:00-7:00 p.m. with wine starting at only $5! Visit our great atmosphere here at Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro to see which wines will be the perfect fit for this autumn season.

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