There's nothing quite like a kitchen dance party, the kind that spontaneously happens when you've planned a long day of cooking and prepping, and you've got your favourite playlist on Spotify... yeah, that one. The one that makes you run to the stereo to turn it up loud, and then louder still, and you find yourself be-bopping around the kitchen, hips a-shakin', toes a-tappin', whatever the latest dance moves might be (just don't floss).
No Spotify? No worries, CBC radio has you covered with their Kitchen Dance Party playlist! No matter who makes your ears happy, we've made a 6 pack of wines that just feel right for a kitchen dance part, and will definitely make your mouth happy.
Pentage Fizz Blanc
All the best things start with bubbly! This is a super fun blend with just the right amount of fizz, and the perfect way to start the kitchen dance party. Don't have to pay too much attention to this one while you're busy making snacks, other than to make sure your glass isn't empty.
Lock & Worth Semillon
A bright and fresh interpretation of Semillon, this is like when you hear a favourite album come on, and you're up and moving to it before you've even realized.
Terravista Winery Fandango Albarino Verdejo
It's named after the Spanish dance, and this white blend is as lively as its namesake. This is the one that really gets the party going. Dance Mix 95, anyone?
Volcanic Hills Gamay Noir
Red fruits like an adult version of strawberry Kool-Aid. Slight chill, and it's the perfect quaff for the thirst you've developed from dancing so much.
Haywire Pinot Noir
This lightly trips across your palate as if it's Fred Astaire, or maybe that's Harry Styles? Someone who is a smooth dancer, anyway.
Deep dark fruit jumping up and down in your mouth, like when your favourite band is playing all their hits in a row at the live show, and you just can't stop bouncing.