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E6: Can you paint with all the colors of vino?


We couldn't help ourselves. Sing it loud! Sing it proud! We are painting with wine this month! Also, HAPPY WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH.


In this episode, we interview Danielle Renee of Danielle Renee Art- a Santa Barbara based artist who paints with wine!



Follow Danielle on Instagram @daniellerenee.art and check out her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/daniellereneewineart


Shop her store to add some wine art to your home gallery here.


Link to the much discussed Octopus painting: https://www.instagram.com/p/BJBxCsQggdt/?igshid=lgylsohpbp7r


As promised, click our logo below to print it and paint away! Make sure to tag us @decanterburypod and Danielle, so we can share it and see your creativity at work!




Don't forget to support your local bookstores and get your hands on a copy of our March Boozy Book Club selection, The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid.


For those of you interested in the "cardbordeaux" Laura was sipping during the episode, it was Bota Box Pinot Noir. TASTING NOTES from Botabox.com Bota Box Pinot Noir is a gorgeously fruity expression of the romanticized grape. It begins with a sweet bouquet of cherry pie and a hint of savory herbs. It opens to rhubarb, black cherry and clove, followed by a brisk finish.

Personal feelings/tasting notes: It's good value for the price. It equates to three bottles of wine for about $20. While it is not the most delectable Pinot Noir I've savored, it gets the job done and stays fresh for a month on my counter. It works well as a cooking wine or is a nice "unwind after work wine". Great for non-snobby wine friend gatherings where you want options for everyone. It is medium bodied and easy to drink.


Celebrate Women's History Month, unleash the weird and keep it there.


Bottoms up & Stay Weird,

Georgianna & Laura

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