How Much For That Queerness In The Window?
Happy Pride! Cash or card!” A vendor's voice rang out from under a pop-up canopy tent. Before the first beaded necklace was thrown from the first Stonewall 50 float at Washington D.C.’s Capitol Pride celebration, the merch arrived. On the second Saturday in June, it was all rainbow everything from the kind of vendors you see hawking bootleg tees and glow necklaces in the parking lot of a concert. Rickety scaffolds hung with rainbow, trans, bi, and bear flags, with bandanas, buttons, and more. The vendors arrived secure in the same knowledge that a growing number of brands and corporations have: Though the parade traces its roots back to both celebration and riot, modern LGBTQ+ Pride is also a lucrative merchandising opportunity. The streets were full of people; the tent was swarmed. Business is good.
FROM THE ARCHIVES
Archer Roose featured in Sponstayneous weekly email!Read More
We invited our friend Chef Adam Moore to create recipes that bring the dining experience of our wine partners in Italy, Chile, France, and Argentina to your home! Adam uses bold, traditional flavors to celebrate the birthplaces of our wine. We hope you’ll find inspiration from bite to sip!Read More
There’s no denying that the holidays look different this year. Personally, I am someone who loves traditions and those traditions were grounded in community. Whether it was Holiday parties (that ended in Christmas Carol sing-a-longs), Holiday concerts, and gathering together with family and friends on Christmas Eve, there is no question that Christmas this year doesn’t feel as celebratory as it has in years past.Read More
Two of our worldly wines were medalists in the Wine Country Network’s 2020 Canned Challenge Competition!!
Silver was awarded to our Argentinian Malbec which touts balanced acidity and dark ripe fruit, with notes of warm vanilla, blackberry and plum.
Our limited release, Rodi Rose was awarded bronze. This skin-contact white wine is dry and fruit forward with notes of pink grapefruit, dried apricot, peach and melon.Read More