Decanting Jingle and Joy at the Table With Hallmark Wines


For those of us who are Hallmark Channel fans, you know the Christmas in July movies have just ended, providing a dose of movies filmed in our pre-pandemic worlds.

But Hallmark wants to help ramp up whatever Christmas spirit will stick around in December, and has unveiled Jingle and Joy, two Hallmark wines. Jingle is a cabernet sauvignon, Joy is a sauvignon blanc. Both are produced in conjunction with Wines That Rock, a wine company known for its collaborations. Cost for a two-bottle pack is $28 plus shipping, and can be pre-ordered on the site here. Shipping will be in September. These wines are not available in stores.

Other Wines That Rock bottles: Cirque de Soleil (Rose de Provence), Grateful Dead (reserve cabernet sauvignon), TCM Wine Club (lot of varietals), Wildlife Wine Club, Star Trek wines (French blend, old vine zinfandel), NPR Wine Club, The Bachelor Wine Club, and the Rock group wines that were the first sold include Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, KISS, The Police, and many more. Check them all out here:

You might be asking, is this basically a label club, meaning these wines are attractive just for their label effect? Yes, to begin with. But Wines That Rock has built a positive reputation on also putting good vino inside the bottles. Start thinking about holiday gifting now!

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