Who’s Your Valentine?

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Who says wine pairings have to stop with food? Here are our favorite pairings based on Valentines.

If your Valentine is: your best Galentine

Austin Hope Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon ($55)

Let this bottle breathe and spend a long evening with someone you can be completely yourself with.

If your Valentine is: someone you just started seeing

Zardetto Prosecco Private Cuvée ($14)

Get the spark going with this delightful sparkling Prosecco that everyone will love.

If your Valentine is: Capitalism

Pol Roger Champagne Brut ($55)

Because if you can, you should.

If your Valentine is: the bodega cat

Paris Rocchi Vernaccia Nera Secco Spumante – San Ginesio ($17)

This wine will inspire just like the free-roaming kitty who has claimed the keys to your heart.

If your Valentine is: only accessible over FaceTime

House Wine Cans ($8)—an in-store exclusive

Does finishing a whole bottle seem daunting? Grab a can that holds half a bottle! Available in: Pinot Noir, Rosé, Sauvignon Blanc, Sparkling Rosé, and Sangria.

If your Valentine is: your soulmate

Alpha Box & Dice McLaren Vale Golden Mullet Fury ($36)

Take a trip with this funky bottle with twists and turns you’ll love to experience together.

If your Valentine is: your just as single roommate

Casa Gran del Siurana, Priorat Gr-174 ($23)

Get cozy in your shared space over this staff favorite.

If your Valentine is: Netflix and a home-cooked meal

Bodan Roan Pinot Noir ($15)

You might find yourself needing more than one bottle of this binge-able Pinot that’s highly versatile for any kind of meal.

If your Valentine is: the #tipsydog in your life

Brooklyn Oenology Friend Riesling ($22)

Did you know a portion of its proceeds goes to Project Pet Food Safety which advocates for stronger regulations on your #tipsydog’s pet food?