Mid Week Bucher Wines Wine Down with Aimee Rancer of The Ohio Transplant

//Mid Week Bucher Wines Wine Down with Aimee Rancer of The Ohio Transplant

Mid Week Bucher Wines Wine Down with Aimee Rancer of The Ohio Transplant

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Mid Week Wine Down with Aimee Rancer of The Ohio Transplant

We are so excited to share a blog post from our friend Aimee of The Ohio Transplant sharing a fun mid week wine down she enjoyed with Bucher Wines. What a fun idea, a little wine, popcorn and rooftop fun. See a sneak peak of Aimee’s blog post below and see the full blog on The Ohio Transplant here.

Bucher Wines Mid Week Week Wine Down

The lovely Aimee Rancer of The Ohio Transplant enjoying a mid week wine down with Bucher Wines.  Guess what her favorite Bucher Wine is? Read more below and you’ll find out…

Bucher Wines Mid Week Week Wine Down

“For the longest time, I always thought there was only two types of wine people actually enjoyed drinking. And those were Chardonnay and Merlot. Ahh, how cute (and naive that was).”

As I got settled into my California living, I started to actually take an interest in wine – after all, we’re an hour away from one of the biggest destinations for wine in the world, right? And even better? When you’re wine tasting, vineyards provide you with delicious and delectable snacks – and sometimes it’s FREE!

As my palette started to morph and I became a lot more informed on the wine landscape, it dawned on me. I ACTUALLY REALLY LOVE WINE. Well, that one’s obvious. But, I like wine besides Merlot! Or, as I used to order back in the day, “the house red.”

More often than not, you can find amazing wine at your local grocer and if you’re really lucky, you find wine at your grocery that’s good, affordable, AND semi-local. I consider that a win/win.

One of my favorite brands as of late is Bucher Wines. As a small family run winery, Bucher is committed to providing the best wine possible – for any occasion and for any price point (a personal passion).

Bucher Wines Mid Week Week Wine Down

“I’m sharing 3 varieties that are a) TASTY AS ALL GET OUT and b) reasonably priced!!!

  1. RED: 2015 Bucher Russian River Pinot Noir. Think dried cherry, Ceylon tea, and cranberry. It’s savory and earthy and makes for a delicious sipping wine perfect for an Italian meal or steak. Price point: $40
  2. WHITE: 2017 Bucher Unoaked Chardonnay. This wine is crisp with a touch of citrus that throws you back to summer nights. I personally dig this one and I’ve never been the biggest fan of Chards before now! Price point: $30
  3. ROSE: 2017 Rosé of Pinot Noir. I LOVE a good rosé. How typical of me. But for real! It’s refreshing and truly, the best of both worlds. So, how can you go wrong?? This one for me is a sip anything, any day kind of wine. Price point: $25.

Is it 5 o’clock yet or is it just me? And if you love the sound of these wines above, check ‘em out for yourself through the Bucher website or for a complimentary tasting (up to $50 as an Ohio Transplant reader) at their tasting room in Grand Cru Custom Crush (1200 American Way, Windsor, CA 95492).”

Bucher Wines Mid Week Week Wine Down

Bucher Wines Mid Week Week Wine Down

Bucher Wines Mid Week Week Wine Down

The Bucher Wines Russian River Pinot Noir and Bucher Wines Rose of Pinot Noir.

Bucher Wines Mid Week Week Wine Down

What a perfect pairing, the Bucher Wines Chardonnay, Rose and some popcorn and nuts! All that is missing is a cheese plate.

Bucher Wines Mid Week Week Wine Down

Bucher Wines Mid Week Week Wine Down

 

About Bucher Wine

Bucher Vineyard consists of 38 acres of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes on 15 distinct blocks farmed by John for Bucher Farms. The organic practices used on the farm and dairy carry over into the vineyard, where John uses sustainable viticulture practices. The John and Diane Bucher Family look forward to sharing their grape growing and winemaking experiences with you

2018-10-29T23:06:59+00:00 October 25th, 2018|Categories: Bucher Wine News|Comments Off on Mid Week Bucher Wines Wine Down with Aimee Rancer of The Ohio Transplant