Toast “The Bachelorette” with Brancott Estate Wines Home Party
Do you enjoy watching The Bachelorette? I do and was super excited to have my girlfriends join me for a Girl’s Night In, where we would watch a DVR’d episode of The Bachelorette, enjoy Brancott Estate Wine and send everyone home with some swag!
We have a great group of women from our Bunco group and I find that we have a lot of fun together outside our monthly gathering. This was just another classic way we have fun together! We had snacks, chocolate, Brancott Estate Wine, and of course, The Bachelorette. What’s great about watching the show together is that we laugh at the silliest things in the show and sigh at the romantic parts of the show too!
As moms, we are constantly on the go and often includes making meals, cleaning the house, running errands, and taking the kids to school or sports. So when there is an opportunity to hang out with other moms and enjoy some good wine while watching a show we all love, we take it! After all, doing something fun, in the company of our friends helps to revitalize us and allows us to indulge in some of our favorite things – gossip, guilty pleasures and an overall good time.
Chris Harrison is one of my favorite hosts and we found that most of us girls really liked watching him on The Bachelorette! So, we had this fun show, great friends to hang out with and an amazing wine – Brancott Estate Wine. It was a great Girl’s Night In!
From the picturesque vineyards of the Marlborough region of New Zealand, Brancott Estate Wines offers an affordable and delicious way to enjoy those brief moments of “down time.” Not only do Brancott Estate Wines pair well with some of our favorite foods, they also pair well with our favorite show, “The Bachelorette“. What better way to sample refreshing wines this summer than with a group of girlfriends watching the drama unfold on Monday nights!
We found the Brancott Estate Wines at our local BevMo! and there was a great selection of them at a great price. I was so excited about trying the Brancott Estate Wines when I saw the label. I’d never had wine from New Zealand before! Let me tell you, everyone loved the wine and it went fast. Plus, it made viewing The Bachelorette that much more fun!
Did you know that Brancott Estate has been producing their Sauvignon Blanc in the Marlborough region for more than 30 years? The release of the first Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc vintage in 1979 was the beginning of a phenomenon, which not only placed New Zealand firmly on the international wine map, but also has since become a shining example of the quality of wine that can be produced from the land.