Hello! We're Sheridan and Casey. We LOVE Outlander.
But you know what, we also freakin' love wine. WE LOVE IT, WE TELL YOU.
So when we heard there was going to be a new collection of Outlander-themed wine, we kind of lost it. And then we immediately acquired it so that we could drink the hell out of it.
Here's our rundown:
The first one we tried was the Mac Dubh ($25), a Pays d’Oc Syrah, that is inspired by Jamie's nickname while at Ardsmuir.
Next we went for the Sassenach ($20), a Languedoc-la-clape Rosé. Sassenach, of course, means outsider, and is what Jamie affectionately calls Claire.
Then we tried A. Malcolm ($25), a Languedoc-la-clape Rouge, inspired by Jamie's pseudonym in Edinburgh.
Next up was La Dame Blanche ($20), a Pays d’Oc Viognier, inspired by Claire again.
Then we got to try Red Jamie ($25), a Côtes du Rhône Rouge, inspired by Jacobite Red Jamie, duh.
Finally we tried Mo Nighean Donn ($25), a California Pinot Noir. Mo Nighean Donn, of course, means "My brown-haired lass," and yes, our hearts have melted.
And our favorites were...
Sheridan: Brb, buying caseloads of the Sassenach Rosé so I can bathe in it.
Casey: Honestly, who is getting me the Mac Dubh for Christmas. This isn't a joke...who is getting it for me?