National Wine Days of the Year

Aren’t you glad that National Wine Day (on May 25th) isn’t the only official wine holiday of the year? Us too! Luckily there are at least 14 other wine holidays, so if you need another reason to drink wine… read on!

National Mulled Wine Day

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International Malbec Day



Sauvignon Blanc Day

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National Moscato Day


Moscato is the Italian name for Muscat Blanc!

National Chardonnay Day


National Rosé Wine Day


Whatever day you choose to drink your Rosé on, make sure you drink it before Labor Day!

National Albariño Day

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National Albariño Day was designed to occur during the Albariño festival in the Galician town of Cambados in Spain!

National Pinot Noir Day

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International Cabernet Day


International Grenache Day

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Every 3rd Friday in September is considered #GrenacheDay! This day was created by the Grenache Association to bring awareness to this variety.

International Merlot Day


According to this day was claimed in 2011!

National Zinfandel Day

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Champagne (& other Sparkling wine) Day


Of course, Sparkling wine gets New Years Eve as it’s official appreciation day!

I bet you’re wondering how these dates came to be! These dates are actually mostly unofficial! They are claimed by groups or individuals who have a passion for the beverage we all love. Based on our research, National Wine Day started in 2009 and, since then, a variety of wine appreciation days have popped up in the calendar. Now you know how easy it is to make an official wine day, what day would you add to the calendar?


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