At ONEHOPE, we believe in balance. That’s why we’re kicking off the new year with a health-conscious approach to mindful sipping and mindful living.
Whether you’re going for red or white—make it a dry wine this “dry January”. These dry wines ferment for longer, leaving little to no sugar after the fermentation process. From our Vintner Collection to our Reserves, mindfully sip your way into the new year with a selection of ONEHOPE Wine.
Ready to taste your way into a delightful dry wine lineup? Dive into the tasting notes and culinary pairings of some of our favorite dry sips below! Plus, learn more about our tips for mindful living that you can start integrating today (hint: wine is included).
Tasting notes: Big and bold with complex berries and cocoa aromas, this wine is full of depth and richness like dense chocolate cake.
Culinary pairings: Arugula salad, grilled bacon burgers, BBQ ribs, and berry pie.
Tasting notes: This Cabernet is bold and beautiful with complex aromas and textures. It boasts a big mouth full of dark berries and toffee with an echo of vanilla.
Culinary pairings: Blue cheese, roasted beets, beef filet, and baklava.
Tasting notes: This expressive wine is tangy and fresh with plenty of bright tropical notes and citrus-forward flavors.
Culinary pairings: Citrus sorbet, oysters, grilled artichokes, and lemon pie.
Tasting notes: Ripe stone fruit with notes of light florals and citrus zest bring this bright and beautiful Pinot Grigio to life.
Culinary pairings: Fresh shellfish, lemon chicken, and key lime pie.
Tasting notes: Bold and juicy flavors of green apple and lemon meet hints of lime and crushed slate in this rich and elegant Chardonnay.
Culinary pairings: Macadamia-crusted pan-seared halibut, Mexican street corn, fritto misto, and lemon cream pie.
Tasting notes: This wine is true to the varietal with silky and fine grain tannins on the palate. It is intense and integrated with black and red berries and a touch of cinnamon.
Culinary pairings: Truffle cheese, fajitas, grilled salmon, and brownies.
Tasting notes: Born in California’s bountiful Paso Robles AVA, this ripe and densely structured Cabernet Sauvignon is layered with aromas of dried herbs, vanilla, and chocolate.
Culinary pairings: Walnuts, braised greens, blue cheese stuffed flank steak, and rosemary cake.
Tasting notes: Layered with vanilla cream and intense citrus aromas, the palate of this Chardonnay is rich and viscous with a lasting finish like meringue.
Culinary pairings: Spiced squash, creamy cheeses, fresh crab, and macaroons.
Tasting notes: Distinctive flavors and textures from California’s Monterey County offer generous cherry and cranberry with hints of Sassafras and truffle in this beautiful Pinot Noir.
Culinary pairings: Cheese and chutney, cranberry rice salad, lamb gyro, and dark chocolate.
Other Ways to Find Your Balance
Finding balance is an ongoing practice. Whether you’re striving to find balance in work, personal me-time, or your social circle, it’s often helpful to see these three things as interconnected and integrated. If one feels like it doesn’t quite fit or that it causes anxiety, stress, or lack of balance—it might be time to reevaluate and reconsider. Here are some other ways to help you find your balance this year and beyond!
- Explore the world: Get outside and breathe in the fresh air. Rally your friends to join you on an adventure or take part in a solo one.
- Disconnect to reconnect: These days, we’re increasingly more connected to our computers and our phones. Turn off your devices and connect with your internal thoughts or people you love instead.
- Treat yourself: Little luxuries (like a pedicure or new book) are what life is all about. Go ahead and treat yourself. You deserve it!
- Focus on relationships: Relationships, like plants, need to be tended so they can thrive. Call an old friend or set up a time for a virtual happy hour with people you miss.
- Stretch: Take a few minutes at the beginning and end of each day to stretch and clear your mind. Light a candle, breathe deeply, and enjoy the moment.
- Go for a walk: Walking is not only good for your physical body but it’s an instant mood-enhancer, too. If you’d like some company, set a walk schedule for a few times a week with friends or family.
- Be intentional: Whether that’s with your glass of wine, your yoga class, or your work task, acting with intentionality helps you stay present.
From all of us at ONEHOPE, thanks for reading! We’re wishing you the best of luck as you embark on the new year ahead. Make sure to start shopping and sipping our dry wines today and settle into a year filled with balance and delicious wines.
The ONEHOPE Team