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Mother's Day is around the corner and while that bouquet is still growing in the field it's high time for a brainstorming session on how to celebrate your number one lady. 

Every Mom is one part tender, one part graceful, one part fierce, and another part Bad-Ass Gladiator. I've chosen six wines that reflect these universal Mom traits, they also taste especially good when enjoyed with Mom!


Giol - Rosato Sparkling Rosé - $16

For the bubbly yet refined Mom who's always having fun and who occasionally gets a little rosy in the cheeks after a few glasses. Fresh strawberries and cherries all the way through this refreshing prosecco style merlot Rosé.

La Dolce Via - Moscato IGT - $12

A bouquet of tropical orange, pineapple and fresh peaches drift off this sweet Asti style Moscato. Lower in alcohol at 10.5% with residual sugar of 70g/l, it's a treat for Mom's sweet side!

Maccagno - Roero Arneis DOCG - $20

Crisp, refined, and classic are words embodied by this hand crafted wine. Golden apples and refreshing citrus combine with cleansing acidity to make this one of our best pairs with light fare. For your elegant mother. 

Roverone - Valpolicella Classico DOC - $20

A classic match with Mom's favorite dishes. The fresh cherry acidity with medium body was born for classic Mediterranean dishes like pizza, pasta, and really anything with tomatoes. 

Perrini - Prymus Salento IGT - $22

The new godfather of Italy's eastern shores. Perrini Prymus 2003 is an bold example of the greatness of Italy's South. Summer fruits mingle with rich tannins reflect the exceptional care given to this bottle. An unforgettable favorite.

Tenuta San Pietro - Nero Monferrato Rosso DOC - $25

A biodynamic masterpiece of Cabernet Sauvignon, Albarossa, and Barbera. This wine's vivid fruit and floral expression is unabashedly perfect with rich meaty dishes and barbecued greatness as well as delicate cheese plates and charcuterie. Your fierce yet exquisite mother will delight in finding her soulmate in this bottle. 


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Written by Drew Cuddy — April 18, 2013

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