Wines of Sicily on a hot summer day

“Wine cheers the sad, revives the old, inspires the young, makes weariness forget his toil.” — Lord Byron

Is it sweltering where you are? It’s summer and I’m currently in Ontario where there’s plenty of vineyards out here. What are the best wines to have on hot days? Refreshing wines when the temperature is hot (blistering, scorching, baking…insert your appropriate description based on just how hot it actually is where you are) are a great way to endure the heat. If you need suggestions, I got it covered.

Unfortunately for all of you die-hard “red wine only people”, wines for hot days are almost always whites or dry rose wines. Yes, I used to be one of you, but I expanded my horizons a number of years back. I still prefer reds but not when it’s 104 out. If you are a red wine only kind of guy/gal, give these whites a shot. They all have great, refreshing flavor but they are not wimpy wines. This Donnafugata white wine from #winesofsicily is so refreshing in a hot summer day. It’s so light, refreshing and perfect for a light Italian meal. You can find Sicilia DOC wines at your local wine shop and on restaurant menus, look for Sicilia DOC on the label.

My dress is from TOV.HOLY  via Nordstrom and unfortunately is not available anymore 🙁 Here’s the similar option though.


This is a sponsored post brought to you by Wines of Sicily. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

Len Parent

“The most important thing to remember is that you can wear all the greatest clothes and all the greatest shoes, but you’ve got to have a good spirit on the inside. That’s what’s really going to make you look like you’re ready to rock the world.” —Alicia Keys

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1 Comment

  1. July 6, 2019 / 10:01 AM

    I ADORE your earrings!!
    When it comes to wine, I tend to gravitate towards white wines, I like red wine when dining mainly..
    Gorge maxi red dress hon, Xx

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