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Confession time: I am an Autumn-file. The second that the summer heat drops just one degree, I am busting out chunky knit sweaters and pumpkin spice. The moment it is socially acceptable (or even questionable) for me to start celebrating Fall, then it is happening. And like Mary Poppins hitching a ride on a northernly gust, it is time for me to jump on the seasonal train. So join me as I light some evergreen candles, cozy up to my favorite wool blanket, and cheers to the coming Autumn
with JaM Cellars.
Let’s all agree that besides fresh baked spice bread, the only proper way to say ‘farewell’ to Summer and ‘hello’ to Fall is with a good glass of wine. I have a long history working with JaM Cellars and I continue to work with them for one main reason: their wine is consistently fabulous. JaM Butter Chardonnay
is melt-in-your mouth delicious. It’s luscious palette brims with stone fruit, baked lemon, and a vanilla finish, which is quite perfect for Autumn. Harvested at perfect ripeness, JaM Cabernet
boasts a rich palette of blackberries, black plums, black currant, cassis, and more. It’s an equally bold and sweet cabernet to match your rustic mood. Best of all? JaM Cellars wine is affordable. With every bottle in their collection ringing in at under $20, you don’t have to break the bank to enjoy a good glass of wine.
Now I must admit, when I put together this photo shoot it was a scorching 95F in my lovely home state of Texas. But that wasn’t about to curb my Autumn plans. I cranked up the AC, put on my favorite sweater dress, and laid out a rustic (living room) picnic to rival any Fall Romance novel!
What is your preferred Autumn atmosphere to enjoy a good glass of wine? Shout it out below and make sure to pick up
a few bottles of JaM Cellars wine for your Fall pleasure.
For more sipping ideas, visit my ‘Drinks’ section here!
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of CLEVER and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.