Finally we are there. Dry January is over. It has been a long time. And to be honest, it was truly nice to get a little break from all the buzz.

There is nothing more amazing than the joy of wine (Credit: Quan Nguyen,

Nevertheless there is nothing more amazing than the joy of awaiting the next sip of a lovely treat that we have put aside for this moment, when February 1rst arrives. What is it for you? A delicious sparkling, a light fruity white or rather an intense and aged red? For those who valiantly abstained from the grape nectar, congratulations are in order!

As wine lovers, at VinoVoss we couldn't resist sharing some great wines to celebrate the end of Dry January. So, without further ado, let's uncork the bottles and embark on a flavorful journey:

Champagne Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque


What better way to celebrate than with bubbles? This iconic champagne, adorned with elegant floral motifs, exudes sophistication and charm. With its delicate balance of floral and fruity notes, it sets the perfect tone for a celebratory toast.

Rombauer Vineyards Chardonnay


For those who prefer white wines, Rombauer Chardonnay is a must-try. This tastes really good with ripe fruit, creamy texture, and a hint of vanilla. It feels smooth in your mouth.

Domaine Serene Pinot Noir


Hailing from the picturesque vineyards of Oregon, Domaine Serene Pinot Noir is a testament to the artistry of winemaking. This wine has a tempting smell of red berries, earthy hints, and smooth tannins, representing the Pacific Northwest's character.

Opus One Opus One


Elevate your celebration with a bottle of Opus One Cabernet Sauvignon. Crafted in the renowned Napa Valley, this Bordeaux-style blend showcases the pinnacle of winemaking excellence. Rich and opulent, with layers of dark fruit, cocoa, and spice, it epitomizes luxury in every sip.

Château de Beaucastel Châteauneuf-du-Pape


Transport yourself to the sun-kissed vineyards of Southern France with a glass of Château de Beaucastel Châteauneuf-du-Pape. This iconic Rhône blend exudes warmth and character, with its bold flavors of dark fruit, herbs, and earthy nuances.

Penfolds Grange


For aficionados of Australian wines, Penfolds Grange Shiraz is a true masterpiece. With its intense aromas of black plum, chocolate, and spice, coupled with velvety tannins and a long, lingering finish, it's a wine that commands attention and admiration.

Veuve Clicquot La Grande Dame


Last but certainly not least, we have Veuve Clicquot La Grande Dame, a tribute to the visionary Madame Clicquot herself. This exquisite champagne, crafted from the finest grapes and aged to perfection, embodies elegance and refinement in every sip.

Now that Dry January is over, we can start enjoying wine again. Let's raise our glasses and toast to the joy of indulging and celebrating. And let's also acknowledge and appreciate the timeless craft of making wine. Each sip should be a delicious blend of flavors, showing the skill and love put into making these special drinks.

So, dear VinoVossers, which of these exceptional wines will you be uncorking to celebrate the end of Dry January?

Whatever your choice may be, here's to a month filled with decadent delights and memorable moments shared with loved ones. Cheers! 🍷✨

By Lotte Gabrovits

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