Luna Nuda “Naked Moon” Wine

“Luna Nuda [loo-nuh] [nu-dah]: “naked moon,” is derived from the mystery and influence of the full moon on the growing, harvesting and winemaking traditions winemakers have practiced in Italy for centuries.”

If you love wine or know someone who does, I highly recommend checking out a company called “Luna Nuda Wines.” Aside from the beautiful packaging, this company makes and sells premium wine at a great price. While I am no wine- connoisseur, I know a good wine when I have one! 😉 I had the privilege of sampling Luna Nuda’s Pinot Grigio and Rosé.

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I first sampled the Pinot Grigio and it was so crisp and fresh! I love dry white wines, especially for daily family consumption with dinner. As their website mentions, this wine “pairs perfectly with French fries or mussels”. This wine also makes a great gift for the wine lover in your life. Many of my friends and family members love a good Pinot Grigio when attending a BYOB or a casual night at home- getting cozy and watching movies.

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Next, we have the fancy and fabulous rosé! Rosé is the perfect celebratory wine to bring to your holiday parties this season. Maybe even New Years Eve?! The Luna Nuda rose is 90% Montepulciano grapes, 10% Merlot and provides a sweet berry taste. This wine is perfect for a sweet treat and pairs nicely with bruschetta.

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Whether you are shopping for a loved one or are looking to treat yourself, I recommend looking into Luna Nuda. The concept of the the influence of the moon on the harvesting wine is extremely interesting to me. I look forward to trying the different types of wine during the next full moon (December 22nd).

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**This post was creating in collaboration with Luna Nuda Wines. As always, I only promote/showcase brands which I admire and enjoy. Alcohol should only be consumed by ages 21 and up. Please drink responsibly.**

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