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Four Books You Can Read in One Sitting

 (and the bottles you’ll want to drink while reading)

Wine is equal parts art and pleasure. We love to curl up with a great bottle and just RELAX. Let’s be honest; we can’t all do that in the south of France, so today, we’ve got a line-up of shows that will sweep you away and the wines that complement them!

Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Truman Capote

Is there any doubt? If you are going to spend some time with Holly Golightly, you had better bring champagne. Written by the infamous Truman Capote and immortalized by Audrey Hepburn, this novella follows the story of a young writer who becomes infatuated with his eccentric neighbor, Holly Golightly. Set in New York City during the 1940s, the book explores themes of love, identity, and the pursuit of happiness. It is a captivating tale of self-discovery and the complexities of human relationships.

CRACK OPEN: Vincent Couche Champagne Eclipsia Brut

This organic sparkler is made from all three Champagne grapes. Plum, red and yellow apple skin, redcurrant, damp herb, crushed chalk, seashell, blanched almonds, lime blossoms, lees, iodine, and acacia. The palate is soft, expansive, layered, and edge-less, just a vivid snapshot of Champagne’s rich, unadulterated terroir. It is as elegant as Miss Golightly herself.

My Murder, Katie Williams

It is one of the most innovative murder mysteries I’ve read in a while; you’ll want a wine as iconoclastic as this book in your glass while you spend time with the recently murdered Lou.
Lou is a happily married mother of an adorable toddler. She’s also the victim of a local serial killer. Recently brought back to life and returned to her grieving family by a government project, she is grateful for this second chance. But as the new Lou re-adapts to her old routines and as she bonds with other female victims, she realizes that disturbing questions remain about what exactly preceded her death and how much she can really trust those around her.



Now, it’s not enough to care for her child, love her husband, and work the job she’s always enjoyed—she must also figure out the circumstances of her death. Darkly comic, tautly paced, and full of surprises, My Murder is a devour-in-one-sitting, clever twist on the classic thriller.

CRACK OPEN: Slow Dance North West Pinot Noir

This tart and crunchy red wine will surprise and delight! A zero/zero light red Pinot Noir sourced from organic vineyards in the Petaluma Gap and Redwood Valley regions of Northern California. Enjoy cherry, and currant notes with hints of forest floor and soft earth in the background.

Shop Girl, Steve Martin

A story about a beautiful shopgirl, Mirabelle, filled with ennui, a callow young man, clueless and aimless, and a successful businessman twice Mirabelle’s age. On its surface, this love triangle is a format we have seen a thousand times before, yet in Steve Martin’s hands, the story has unexpected depth and dark verve. You’ll end up caring about these characters more than you could have ever expected.

CRACK OPEN: A Tribute to Grace Rosé of Grenache

This rosé is simultaneously classic and surprising. It has all the hallmarks of a classic rosé with notes of strawberry and a throughline of brightness that keeps you coming back for more. At first glance, you might think you know what to expect, but it delivers much more depth.

A Psalm for the Wild Built by Becky Chambers

A novella for seekers of small comforts. It’s been centuries since the robots of Panga gained self-awareness and laid down their tools; centuries since they wandered, en masse, into the wilderness, never to be seen again; centuries since they faded into myth and urban legend. One day, the life of a tea monk is upended by the arrival of a robot, there to honor the old promise of checking in. The robot cannot return until the question of “What do people need?” is answered. 
But the answer to that question depends on who you ask and how. They’re going to need to ask it a lot. Does having more matter in a world where people have what they want?

CRACK OPEN: Štekar Rebula Amber Wine

This Slovenian orange wine offers up comfort and introspection in equal measure. It pairs beautifully with this surprisingly introspective little book. The Rebula grape is native to this tiny little area of the world and makes for a distinctive and lovely wine.

THE WINES

Champagne Vincent Couche Eclipsia Brut

$66.00

Out of stock

Slow Dance North West Pinot Noir

$36.00

1 in stock

A Tribute to Grace Rosé of Grenache

$36.00

Out of stock

Štekar Rebula Amber Wine

$32.00

Out of stock