Yes, it has been a scary year and yes, Halloween 2020 is going to look a little different. Everyone will be wearing masks no matter what their costume is, and we can definitely count on it being more tricks and less treats. Instead of sharing your favorite Halloween costumes on Instagram, share your favorite wines that bring the Halloween spirit to life.

Chronic Cellars uses the most “chronic” grapes to create an experience that can only be found with their wines. Chronic Cellars continues to disrupt the wine industry with intriguing blends and off-color-yet-full-of-color labels that are perfect for any virtual Halloween celebration.

Be sure and check these out for cute gifts or home sampling!

2018 Chronic Cellars Sir Real:  One of the most gallant Cabernet Sauvignon’s in the land, Sir Real continues to keep it real with every glass. A wine made to share with your roomies while watching trash reality TV, leaving no one disappointed for once. SRP $14.99

2019 Chronic Cellars Pink Pedals: It’s official, Rosé season has been extended and I couldn’t be happier.  Lace up and coast towards a Halloween night you’ll want to remember. Boasting with flavors of wild strawberries, peaches, citrus, and cranberry, this Rosé doesn’t sweat the small things. No costume, no worries. SRP $14.99 

2018 Chronic Cellars Suite Petite: Celebrate Halloween with class and maybe a little bit of sass. Chronic Cellars Suite Petite brings together all of your favorite things in an unforgettable sip. SRP $15



2018 Chronic Cellars Purple Paradise: Let every sip take you to paradise. Whether you’re home alone or celebrating online, this wine will paint your paradise purple. And if you’re not careful, your clothes as well. A Zinfandel-dominated blend, this wine is alluring and will have you blissfully floating during Halloween night. SRP $15

Don’t let the goblins get you – enjoy Chronic Cellars spooky wines.

Cynthia Calvert
Author: Cynthia CalvertEmail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
A trained journalist with a masters degree from Lamar University, a masters from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, as well as extensive coursework toward a masters of science in psychology from the University of New Orleans, Calvert founded the Tribune Newspapers in 2007. Her experiences as an investigative, award winning reporter (She won Journalist of the Year from the Houston Press Club among many other awards for reporting and writing), professor and chair of the journalism department for Lone Star College-Kingwood and vice president of editorial for a large group of community weeklies provides her with a triple dose of bankable skills that cover every aspect of the journalism field. Solid reporting. Careful interviews. Respect and curiosity for people and places.

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