Reese Witherspoon’s Book Club Created a Holiday Wine Box

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Even though much of the past two years have turned beloved social gatherings into virtual businesses, there’s no better way to celebrate the return of fully vaccinated and COVID-safe gatherings by hosting your loved ones for a night out. reading Club.

In order to make your next book club reunion even more special, Reese Witherspoon’s Book Club is teaming up with SIMI Winery to create a limited edition wine box dedicated to ‘Women Who Turn the Pages and Fill the Glass’, with options to please a crowd or a small team as you sip and discuss the latest and greatest literary adventures you’ve enjoyed.

The publisher’s collection includes a Lot of 2 bottles ($ 45) and one Set Of 6 Bottles ($ 120), each offering two tasty selections from the California wine company’s top-rated offerings. SIMI Sonoma County 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon features notes of red and black fruit, smooth tannins and sweet spices that give way to a velvety finish, as described, pairing perfectly with ‘seasonal comfort foods and holiday dishes. »Such as pappardelle, lamb, duck, prime rib and chocolate desserts.

There’s also the SIMI Sonoma County Chardonnay 2019. With notes of pear and tropical fruit, crisp acidity and sweet oak spices, this choice pairs perfectly with seasonal dishes such as pumpkin ravioli, butternut squash, mashed potatoes, turkey, chicken, goose and apple pie.

Each set includes a personal note from Witherspoon herself, which has shared in the past of which she is a big fan Wooing Tree Blondie, a rosé wine from Central Otago, South Island, New Zealand, with notes of stone fruit, pear and apple blossom with white peach, apricot and strawberry.

An extra-special bonus: the benefits of collaboration will be Readership, the book club forward payment initiative that helps support and empower various independent writers, booksellers and increase access to books so that the love of literature can be accessible to all. Well done to that, indeed.



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