4th of July, The American Way

Fireworks, grilling, and wine are clear signs the 4th of July has arrived. It’s the American way to celebrate Independence Day with friends, hamburgers, hot dogs, and chips, but it’s the addition of wine to any party that elevates your 4th festivities. Here are some wine options that will have your guests they made your guest list. [The emojis help you understand the characteristics of each wine. You can only find these custom emojis in the VAULT29 app.]

Starters + Fish or Chicken: White wines and rosé are party starters. Enjoy them with appetizers like chips, guacamole & salsa, veggies platters, as well as grilled chicken or fish. Here are a couple wines your guests are sure to enjoy: 

Charles & Charles

2016 Rosé - Columbia Valley, Washington

VAULT29 emojis - Charles&Charles wine - Rosé
 

Galerie

2016 Sauvignon Blanc - Napa Valley, California

Galerie Sauvignon Blanc

(Red) Meat + Red Wine: When grilling hamburgers, hot dogs, ribs, pork chop, or even lamb think Zinfandel! (You won’t go wrong with a Tempranillo or Grenache either.) Here are a couple wine picks for your red meat grilling:

Bella Vineyards

2014 Lily Hill Zinfandel - Healdsburg, California

VAULT29 emojis - Bella Zinfandel
 

Seghesio

2013 Old Vine Zinfandel - Sonoma County, California

VAULT29 emojis - Seghesio Old Vine Zinfandel

Fireworks=Bubbles: The show must go on. When the sky begins to light up, it's time to pop the bubbles and toast to Independence. We've got two classics that are sure to end your evening with a bang!

Laetitia Winery & Vineyards

NV Brut Cuvée - Arroyo Grande, California

VAULT29 emoji - Laetitia Brut Cuvee
 

Schramsberg

2014 Brut Rosé - North Coast, California

VAULT29 emjis - Schramsberg Brut Rose

Go ahead, show us how you're enjoying Independence Day . Simply Download the VAULT29 from the App Store, create a post, and check out our custom wine emojis!