On Mother’s Day we all like to treat our mother’s with their favorite things to show our appreciation and love. When Tim and Eric Bremer are picking out a wine for their mother, Carol, they know two she will definitely enjoy are Chateau Ste. Michelle Gewurztraminer and Gran Passione Rosso.
Stop in to Bremer’s Wine and Liquor and let us help you pick out something your mother will love!
About Organic Wines
The Organic movement has been gaining popularity not just in food production, but in wine production as well. People have become more and more interested in supporting processes that not only protect the Earth, but their bodies as well.
“Before wine can be sold as organic, both the growing of the grapes and their conversion to wine must be certified. This includes making sure grapes are grown without synthetic fertilizers and in a manner that protects the environment and preserves the soil. Other agricultural ingredients that go into the wine, such as yeast, also have to be certified organic. read more
Looking for a special wine for your special someone? Look no further, we’ve done the work and picked out some delicious wines that are perfect for Valentine’s Day. Check out our list below, there is sure to be someone you will fall in love with.
Who says the treats are just for kids on Halloween? We’ve made a wine and candy pairing guide to help you enjoy All Hallows Eve with your drink of choice.
Halloween is quickly approaching! But don’t get too scared…. yet!
We’ve got what you need; from vampires to friendly ghosts and skeletons to to black cats,
you are sure to find the perfect wine or spirit for your Halloween gathering!
–7 Deadly Zins
–Carnivor Cabernet Sauvignon
–Petite Petit Syrah
–Ravenswood Cabernet Sauvignon
–Ravenswood Old Vine Zinfandel
–Three Brothers Skirt Lifter
–Old Soul Pure Red
–Old Soul Old Vine Zinfandel
–Old Soul Pinot Noir
–Old Soul Chardonnay
–Old Soul Cabernet Sauvignon
Bourbon is America’s ‘Native Spirit,’ and maybe that’s why it has become so popular. Everyone loves an authentic ‘made in America’ product. But it’s not just American’s who are falling in love with Bourbon…it is now exported to over 100 nations around the world. So whether you enjoy it neat, on the rocks or in an Old Fashioned, raise your glass this month to Bourbon and its American roots! read more
Living gluten free can be tough! There are so many different opinions on what is and is not safe to eat for people with Celiacs disease. And the confusion doesn’t end with food! Trying to figure out which types of wine and liquor are gluten-free can be even more confusing!
In most cases all wine is considered gluten-free because it is made with grapes. However, there are exceptions to this rule because of certain aspects to the winemaking process. For example, the paste used to seal barrels to age wine may contain flour or wheat. This may cause someone with a high gluten sensitivity to experience a reaction. Other wines may include preservatives or dyes, which contain gluten. The lesson here is to take caution when trying any new wines and if need be contact major wine manufacturers and ask if their wine is gluten-free. read more
There are several theories behind the origin of the Mojito, but we do know it gained it’s popularity in the 1930’s in Cuba. It has become a summer trend for those long hot days and has grown so popular that there is now a National Mojito Day on July 11th.
This always refreshing drink is easy to prepare, but also leaves room for creativity. Make sure to celebrate this National Mojito Day with an authentic mojito or mix it up. Try any of these variations or let your creativity run wild and create your own recipe! read more