Timber Hill’s Best Wines for Sipping in Spring

As winter winds down and spring begins to sweep in, it can be tempting to throw off all the heavy trappings of cold weather in favor of lighter fare. No more heavy winter blankets, thick stews and hearty red wines; it’s almost time to reach instead for picnic blankets and fresh, clean palate-pleasers. Timber Hill Winery’s vast range of vintages has stars for any seasonal show you can imagine. Here are a few of the standouts for the new beginnings of springtime.  Rainy Day Rose – Spring showers may not be the most exciting part of the season, but a great rose can brighten the gloomiest skies and remind you those spring showers bring summer flowers. Rainy Day Rose is the perfect companion for the occasion. Tuesday Boozeday Blush – Sweeten any day of the week with Tuesday Boozeday Blush from the Social Sweet series.  Traminette – Sometimes you want the sweeter things in life, and some spring days call for crisp, dry flavors. Traminette is an off-dry white with a sophisticated finish, ideal for celebrating the end of winter’s chill. Seyval Blanc – Sunny spring days are just meant for outdoor sipping, and Seyval Blanc’s fruity flavors are definitely up to the task. Green apple, melon and grapefruit aromas contribute to a light sweetness that pairs well with just about anything.  Rhubarb – Often the first spring produce to make its debut, rhubarb at the market is a sign of better weather to come. Capture the season’s first rhubarb pie feeling without all the labor; uncork a bottle of Timber Hill Winery Rhubarb. Sunday Funday Sparkling – It’s hard to think of a pairing more iconic than spring weather and bubbles. The sweet effervescence of Sunday Funday is an ideal choice when you’re celebrating the end of winter.  Not sure what to choose? Timber Hill Winery takes online table reservations for on-site, socially-distanced tastings and offers a monthly wine club membership shipped directly to your door. Added perks include birthday rewards, bottle discounts and more, perfect for making sure you have a steady supply of spring sips at your disposal.