I’ve been on TV talking about wine multiple times now. It’s still third fiddle – spirits > beer > wine – in my lineup of preferred beverages though. Combining two options is definitely a shortcut to the top, and that’s exactly what Cooper & Thief is doing with their new tequila barrel wine. Cooper & Thief Sauvignon Blanc spends its final three months drunkenly resting in ex-Casa Noble Añejo barrels, giving it a little extra kick and interesting additional layers of flavor. This tequila barrel wine is going to be a great summer drink and a good excuse to have wine when I’m feeling classy. They also have a bourbon barrel-aged wine if you’re more into reds.
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I don’t trust internet surveys, but you still might find this list useful. Ranker users voted on the best tequila brands, and the results might just surprise you.