Armida "Poizin": This is a full bodied blend of Zinfandel and Petite Sirah. A bold wine with sweet ripe fruit flavor, it is a perfect fit after you just bobbed for apples. Plus the fact that it comes in a coffin, makes it perfect for the season. I've seen it sold in three pack online for $56.99, so I would imagine it sells for about $20 per bottle.
Ghost Block Cabernet Sauvignon: A wine this good could drum up the spirits at your party. The wine and vineyard it comes from is named for the Pioneer Cemetery which it borders. Locals say the vineyard is haunted by the ghost of the valley's first planter, George C. Yount, as he looks over the fruit of his labor to this very day. The wine itself is full of berry fruit and chocolate flavor, and is available for around $65 per bottle.
Orin Swift "The Prisoner": This could be one of the most popular wines I've ever sold, and it is perfect for the party. A complex blend of mostly Zinfandel, with Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Petite Sirah, Charbono, and Grenache added, the wine and label artwork is sure to capture your guests. The wine is available for around $35 per bottle.
Casillero del Diablo Wines: The "Cellar of the Devil" carries a wide variety of affordable value wines, priced around $10 per bottle. 18 different wines are produced by this label, anything from Viognier to Carmenere.
Toad Hollow "Eye of the Toad" Pinot Noir Rosé: What party would be complete without some witch components? This one is a bit lighter, but will wow the crowd with it's pink fruit flavor. Available for around $12 per bottle.
Doc's Draft Hard Apple Cider: This is a mega award winning cider, with big apple flavor. I don't see how any Halloween party could be complete without this beverage.
Make sure to enjoy these holiday pairings, and let me know about your parties. Trick or Treat!