Join us at PlumpJack Squaw Valley as we raise a glass and toast all of the new snow this winter season with Clicquot In the Snow, featuring Veuve ClicquotYellow Label and Rosè NV. The Veuve team will be there to play snow games with guests, while a DJ spins on the patio in the snow; plus, champagne specials, photo booth fun, giveaways of Veuve Clicquot items and more.The Clicquot In the Snow event kick-off party is December 20th from 2-5pm, and the series continues every third Saturday during January, February and March. Click HERE for details.
Instagrammers have an opportunity to win a one-night stay at PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn when you follow @pjsquawvalleyinn #Toastthesnow and #ClicquotInTheSnow. We’ll feature our favorites on social media and pick a winner in mid-January. This is just the first of four opportunities to win; the contest will run each month with more chances to win great prizes from Veuve Clicquot. Make sure to join us at the Inn for some bubbly and fun in the snow.
How to enter:
1. Follow @pjsquawvalleyinn on Instagram
2.Tag your photos #toastthesnow #clicquotinthesnow
3.Winner chosen January 15th
Kelly of PlumpJack Wine and Spirits Noe Valley has an important decision to make.
Just because Karl the Fog is an SF summer resident doesn’t mean we can’t emulate the sunshine via a frosty bottle of rosé. Our ancient PlumpJack ancestors even said that drinking rosé attracts sunlight! In all seriousness, rosé is the bomb, just ask Rick Ross or . Pick up a bottle or five at your closest PlumpJack Wine and Spirits, in the Marina or Noe Valley. Sip through this list with us and you’ll be seeing the world through rosé colored glasses.
Domaine Amido, Tavel – The fuchsia-tinged wine of Tavel was a favorite of French King Louis XIV. It’s easy to see why with its gorgeous cherry, strawberry and almond flower notes. Sip alongside a pork roast or chicken salad.
Skylark, “Pink Belly,” Mendocino – Bright, fresh, and lively, this 100% Grenache rosé is summer in a glass with notes of strawberry, ripe cherry, and watermelon.
Dominique Piron, Beaujolais – This rosé of Gamay boasts mineral driven fruit with violets, strawberry, crisp acidity and overall deliciousness. It’s begging to tag along with you at your picnic.
Ostatu, Rioja – Grenache and Tempranillo give this pale salmon colored wine its mineral, blood orange, peach, and honeysuckle flavors that invite pairing with marinated green olives and sheep’s milk cheeses.
Liveli, Puglia – Coming from the heel of Italy’s “boot,” this rosé of Negroamaro exhibits fragrant fresh fruit aromas of plum and strawberry and gets along well with a variety of antipasti like prosciutto, burrata, and summery salads.