With many of us sheltering at home these days, picnics and campouts aren’t really leisure options. Or are they … ? Hey, why not camp out or stage a picnic right at home – indoors or outdoors? Spread a blanket on the ground or living room floor and crack open a can or two of tasty wine.
Thanks to Bonterra Organic Vineyards, even canned wines come from vineyards that have been organically farmed since 1987 – way before organic products were widely available in this country. According to Bonterra’s winemakers, “Organic farming and regenerative practices enrich the biodiversity in our vineyards year after year.”
In addition, Bonterra’s three ranches – Blue Heron, McNab and Butler – are certified biodynamic by the Demeter Association, Inc. “Biodynamic farming is a holistic view of agriculture with high awareness of the interconnectivity between earth, plants, animals, humans, the moon and planets,” says Bonterra.
Well, in addition to the wide range of Bonterra bottled wines, now three different Bonterra wines are available in pleasingly portable 250ml can 4-packs. The wines are crisp, acidic Sauvignon Blanc; versatile and fruity Rosé; and Young Red – a barrel-fermented light red wine with a smidgen of Malbec that’s made to drink chilled.
By the way, for those who live in states that allow wine delivery, Bonterra is offering 1-cent shipping for all orders through their website for folks who prefer home delivery. Pop open a can of Bonterra on your porch, for a picnic, or anytime at all.
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Originally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.
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