Story: Trollinger (also known as Schiava) is the red that’s almost a dark rosé made for those who don’t really do whites in the summer. The acid zip balances out the fruit (overripe strawberry, deep dark cherry) for a wine that works well with many foods—or happy hour.
This Trollinger (plus both the La Boutanche Riesling and Rosé) are made by Andi Knauss, a 4th-generation winemaker in Strümpfelbach, southwest Germany.
La Boutanche is a collaboration series between Selection Massale and various winemakers to create a spectrum of affordable natural wines.
Strawberry galettes glittering with demerara sugar
Any kind of barbeque eaten standing up in the backyard
The good mood inspired by the one time Tom Hanks was in a Carly Rae Jepsen music video