Perfect Wines for Trying Parenting Times

siblingsWe posted this through our friends at skinnyscoop.com and received a fantastic response! In honor of Mother’s Day, we though we’d re-post. Cheers!

 

The kids won’t. Stop. Fighting.
WINE: Leeuwin Estate Siblings Sauvignon Blanc Semillon
They may not be able to partake with you, but perhaps you can drink in sibling harmony with Leeuwin Estate’s Siblings. A delicious white that may give you strength to referee fighting in the background.

Not one child will fess up to breaking the vase in the living room
WINE: Innocent Bystander Pinot Noir
Someone had to do it, but no one wants the blame… In honor of your childrens’ ability to sidestep taking responsibility, sip on Innocent Bystander’s Pinot Noir (they also many a delicious Pinot Gris).

You have to give your kid candy to even take a bath/nap/get out the door
WINE: Decoy wines by Duckhorn
Some people call it a bribe, we call it a decoy. After all, aren’t we just distracting our child to get them to do something else? Is it really so wrong… ?

Both you and your spouse forget to pick up the kids at school
WINE: Veramonte Ritual Pinot Noir
No kids like to be forgotten at school, but it certainly happens due to miscommuncation at home! Get into a routine and ritual and sip on Veramonte’s Ritual Pinot Noir. Perhaps a few glasses of this will help you forget that you forgot.

Come home to find your husband has let the kids run amok
WINE: Tait “The Ball Buster” Shriaz
Yep, sometimes you’ve got to bust some balls, especially when you come home to a house in chaos. Sip on the “Ball Buster” Shiraz while you knock some sense into your family.

Toddler has a meltdown in grocery store (or other public place)
WINE: Domaine Serene Evenstad Reserve Pinot Noir (or any of their Pinot Noir)
You leave your cart abandoned in a random aisle as you carry your kicking and screaming 2-year-old out of the store. Time to break out the good stuff. Sip on Domaine Serene Pinot Noir to help melt away the stress.

You’re called into school to discuss your child’s “behavior” issues
WINE: L’Ecole 41 wines
You may be dreading that conference at school, but pop open another schoolhouse treat from L’Ecole Winery in Washington State. Their selection is top-notch and will help you focus less on the “other” school you have to see.

A REALLY bad day of potty training
WINE: Clean Slate Riesling
You don’t want to even remember what you cleaned up that day – you just want to start over. Start a clean slate with this crisp and refreshing dry Riesling.

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