Ourglass – “Odd Couples” Wines
I’m so excited about my collaboration with @ourglass.wine to curate a one-of-a-kind wine experience for you to explore.
We had so much fun tasting and making some odd couple pairings.
And below, vinous videos of the handpicked selection of 6 unique wines from around the world.
I think you’ll agree they combine a passion for wine with a love for cultural exploration. Enjoy!
To buy Amelia’s Curated 6 pack of wine from Ourglass follow the link here
Have you ever craved cereal and wine after a long day? Surely I can’t be the only one! I have found the perfect wine to go with everyone’s favourite nutty cereal! Check out Ben’s reaction first to see if it’s something you’ll try for yourself!
LES FORÊTS CHABLIS 1ER CRU
A Chablis that unites Chardonnay fans! This wine reminds me about why my passion is to make wine accessible and relatable to all. For a reasonable price, you uncork the 17th-century heritage and history of a very famous winemaking family. You can appreciate how it’s been aged in tanks and older barrels, giving it a traditional and fresh taste, with a subtle texture. It’s got to be one of my favourites, not to mention how it’s a divine pair to my secret recipe!
ULTREIA GODELLO ’20
Step aside Albariño…it’s time to make space for the underdog, Ultreia. The perfect side-kick to my favourite Spanish cheese, Ben seems to agree! Don’t forget, you can enjoy all of these unique wines that I have carefully selected for our wine box.
Domaine Tempier ROSÉ
Sipping on Rosé crafted by the family who turns everyday moments into Gatsby-like soirees. From artistic rendezvous with film directors to decadent food clubs, @domainetempier epitomises the good life. Think of it as the South of France version of Studio 54.
Pour yourself a glass and step into their world with us whilst also enjoying one of the top 3 Roses in the world.
Once and Future
This Zinfandel comes from the Godfather of Zins – Joel Peterson. It’s the perfect full stop to our wine journey and I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
Can you guess which cured meat can stand up to the zin?