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Why is Mom so hard to shop for? This mother’s day give her a memorable gift. Here are four thoughtful gift ideas and experiences. She told us that she doesn’t need another candle.
Cooking for others is a special act of love. Start mom off to a relaxing day by preparing and serving brunch – and don’t forget to clean the dishes afterwards! Strawberry Moscato Ricotta Pancakes or Dutch Baby Pancakes are a special weekend treat, especially when made from scratch. Chef Tod Kawachi demonstrated how to make perfect Dutch Baby Pancakes this Mother’s Day which winemaker Brooke Shenk followed along at home for a fun and interactive Mother’s Day brunch live session.
Of course, every good brunch needs great wine. We’ve got you covered.
Wine is a great gift. There is no pressure on the recipient to consume it now, unless of course you show up with a chilled bottle of sauvignon blanc to share! In fact, left unopened, the right wine can improve with age so the the recipient can enjoy it whenever they like, and think of you on that occasion. There are wines to fit every price point and unlike a figurine or candle, a bottle of wine is unlikely to collect dust on the shelf! Giving her sustainably made wines, like this three bottle gift-pack, would be an excellent choice. Spoil mom this year by gifting wine as amazing as she is.
The gift of your time is truly special. Plan a trip with mom to beautiful Napa Valley – you’ll both enjoy quality bonding time, fun adventures and delicious food and wine. At St. Supery Estate, we offer many interactive experiences to create memories with mom. Try sustainable seafood bites or Veggies + Vino paired with four of our estate-grown wines, offered Friday through Sunday at 11am. Visit stsupery.com/visit for more information.
At St. Supéry Estate, we relish opportunities to make, taste and enjoy sustainable seafood with our sustainably farmed wines. Not only are lobsters a decadent seafood treat, but they are also one of the most sustainable foods around. In Maine, the state has strict guidelines for fishing, ensuring a sustainable lobster population for years to come.
You can actually ship live lobsters overnight from Maine. One purveyor is Little Cranberry Lobster, which is a part of the Cranberry Isles Fisherman’s Co-Op. They have been sustainably fishing the cold, deep waters off the coast of Maine for 40 years. Every lobster they catch is MSC certified, sustainable and traceable.
Make it a special occasion; Mom deserves it!
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