6 Wicked Wines to Sip This Spooky Season

Halloween is not just for kids. In fact, All Hallows Eve is the country’s second largest commercial holiday after Christmas, making it the perfect time for themed parties and creepy celebrations.

To make sure your wine selection matches the tone of your next spooktacular get-together, check out these spine tingling selections from the pros at Colonial Wines & Spirits.

Boneshaker Zinfandel: This is a full-flavored zin, robust in a way you don’t usually experience from the style. Old vines grow small grapes with intense sugar, color and bold flavor.

Ghost Pines Chardonnay and Red Blend: Baked apples and vanilla are present in this complex chardonnay. Enjoy with food or by itself. Like revenge, this wine is best served cold.

Seven Deadly Zins: Michael David Phillips’ entry for this list is round and layered, with dark fruits and a spice-touched finish. Deadly delicious!

Bogle Phantom: This is a phantom in name only. Succulent and focused, with firm tannins, toasted coconut, spicy vanilla and an intense finish.

Apothic Red: Versatile, with a smooth mouthfeel and flavors of red berry, cherry and hints of caramel. Medium tannins support a velvet finish.

Freakshow Cab: This outstanding cabernet features plum, chocolate truffle and butterscotch notes. If that sounds good to you, you might be Freakshow material.

For a complete party guide, including cocktail recipes and more product picks, click here.

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