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Pack Rutini Trumpeter Wines for the Beach House

You and your friends are finally getting into the swing of summer, and the shore house rental in Fire Island, the Hamptons or New Jersey is waiting for weeks of good food, friends, and fun.
After you load up the zipcar and put in the time in traffic - or head out on MetroNorth - you’ll be all set to enjoy a well-earned week away. The Atlantic Ocean will still be too chilly to swim in, so the gang will head back to the house, where the real fun will be grilling steaks, tossing salads, sautéing fish. All week long there will be a whole range of flavors and styles of cooking as friends take turns at the grill and manning the kitchen.
So what wines will work with so many different foods--and different cooks in charge?
Here's a better question - now that you sunk a grand into your share of the shore house, what wines are left that you can afford?
And finally, what wines will taste delicious and still suit the sand-in-your-flipflops vibe?
All of these questions can be answered with Rutini’s line of quality wines from Argentina. The land of Malbec is so much more! The Rutini family planted the first vineyards in Tupungato, in the heart of the Uco Valley in 1925. This mountain valley, with impressive elevations of 3000 to 5000 feet has many different microclimates, and today it’s recognized as one of Mendoza´s premier viticulture regions. With long tradition of production and constant innovation, Rutini Wines is recognized as a leader in this area.
Rutini’s line of Classic Trumpeter wines includes Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Torronetes, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Merlot, Syrah, Pinot Noir, and Malbec-Pinot Noir. I received several of these as media samples, and the wines are all quality and available at exceptional prices for the quality, and are in the $10-$14 range.
So stop by Grand Cru Wines in Manhattan before you head out to stock up before vacation.

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