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Good Vines: Pouring Wine to Save the World

Wines that are produced in a 70% solar powered, farmer cooperative-owned vineyard. Poured to support the Chicago art and philanthropic communities. Unique labels commissioned by local artists depicting the city’s architecture and culture. Initiatives understatedly reflective in Good Vine’s motto “Do Good. Drink Me.”

Their wine selection is simplified, offering only a classic Cabernet Sauvignon and the rare varietal, a semi-sparkling red Marzemino – both grapes of the Veneto Italy region. An ideal summertime aperitif, the Marzemino is a social, easy to pair wine, also excellent for mixing with cocktails. Consider this more speakeasy-inspired sipper, the Planet Marz:

Planet Marz

Planet Marz

 

  • 1.5oz Good Vines Marzemino
  • 1.5oz Mezcal
  • 0.75oz Cointreau
  • 0.75oz Fresh lemon juice
  • 0.25oz Simple syrup
  • 6 dashes of Absinthe

Combine ingredients (except Marzemino) in shaking glass with ice.

Shake for 10 seconds, add Marzemino, roll in shaker.

Serve up in martini glass, garnish with orange or lemon twist.

Salute!



Good Wines can be found gracing the local menu’s of 694 Wine & Spirits, Bin 36, and Francesca’s Forno in Wicker Park, where 5% of sales go towards supporting local, children’s focused charitable organizations. Wish to learn more? Visit the Good Vines Website here , or follow their mouthwatering Instagram feed.

Trasi Kromer

Trasi Kromer

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