Sometimes products don't always get their descriptions right, but this coffee truly is smooth, buttery with hints of macadamia and chocolate notes.
I don't know about you....but... the holidays put me in a very special and festive mood to want to imbibe a little extra. What I mean by extra is making my drinks extra (if you know what I mean hehehe). So, this is my fast and easy Pumpkin Sweet n' Spiced Wine Spritzer that I"ll be drinking the rest of October. It's fun...a little weird..and, of course, involves pumpkin.
If you try it, please post your photos and your thoughts on the recipe with the hashtag #RedHeadPumpkinSpiced
- Winemaker, Marisa
- 4 oz. RedHead Rosé
- 1 oz. pumpkin spice liquor
- 3 oz. sprite
- cinnamon stick for garnish
- Add ice to a low ball glass.
- Pour in the pumpkin spice liquor and the wine.
- Stir then top off the glass with 3 oz of sprite.
- Garnish with cinnamon stick (for instagram and fanciness, of course!)
"Posting on social media about my journey building RedHead Wine can mostly look fun and exciting, but I've decided to showcase some of the other sides of running a business. This is me opening up about some of the other moments that are harder to share. I am empowered to have found "a voice" when it comes to dealing with negativity on social media. Feel free to read / share this article - I hope you like it or learn something! This article is just my opinion...so feel free to comment below your thoughts / suggestions! Cheers - Marisa"
Read my thoughts here: https://hermag.co/how-to-deal-trolls/
Family traditions can tell us so much about where we come from, and play a big part in who we become and what we bring to the world. I come from a family of winemakers....
Here, I blogged about my first time speaking in front of a large group when I first started working for RedHead full-time! "I’ve come a really long way from junior high. In those days, I was introverted because of others making fun of my red hair, freckles and voting me out of the group lunch table, twice. I hid in my room in my white fuzzy robe avoiding any socialization. I had no confidence and was depressed as I struggled with awkwardly trying to interact with others." Click to read more: http://hermag.co/survive-speaking-200-people/
I don’t like gambling. It’s out of character for me. No, not at the casino, but by pursuing my passion and resigning from a great job. After contemplating for months if I should go all in, I decided to pack up my entire apartment and move 3,000 miles back to my childhood bedroom.
I was guilty of being irresponsible. I found myself scrolling aimlessly through all of my social media apps during a Grapes to Wines lecture my junior year at Cornell University. I was not paying attention because instagram was calling my name this particular day (who am I kidding, it always calls my name).