Dry White Wine

A unique blend of Chardonnay, Seyval Blanc, and Pinot Grigio. The union of these three varietals bring about a light bodied crisp and clean wine expressive of apple and melon. A perfect wine to enjoy at the beautiful beaches of Lake Michigan Shore.

How to Best Enjoy Beach Glass

Beach glass is a delicate blend of Chardonnay, Seyval Blanc, and Pinot Grigio. These wines are known for their perfect painting with an assortment of seafood. Beach Glass is most appreciated when served with a delicious serving of clams, oysters, and whitefish.

Beach Glass is light and crisp Dry White Wine, perfect for those looking to transition from sweet wines. While certainly not a dessert wine, the crisp apple and melon flavor is likely to leave you satisfied after your first taste.

It is recommended you chill our Beach Glass to lift its acidity, and accentuate the fruit characteristics of the wine.  , However, the flavors and aromas of beach glass as with all white wines become muted if served too cold. It’s best to chill it to 48°F to 52°F before drinking.

Because of how Beach Glass blends with seafood and the ocean it’s not surprising that it’s best enjoyed in a warmer climate. Because of its refreshing flavor, you can bring it along to the beach and other outdoor activities making it the perfect summer wine.

The temperature of your wine is a big factor when it comes to enjoyment so it’s important to serve it at the proper temperature when drinking. Beach Glass is best served at around 50°F meaning that you usually should only keep it in the refrigerator for about 2 hours before serving. After drinking, remember to re-cork it and put it back in the fridge in order to preserve the flavor.

Upon opening Beach glass if you refrain from drinking it all then it’s ok to keep it another 3-4 days. White wine tends to oxidize quickly so remember to cork it and store it in the refrigerator. 

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