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8 New Resolutions for People Who Already Broke Theirs. 

February 03, 2023

It’s that time of year: the time of year we all collectively break our resolution without discussing it with each other.  

It’s a bit sweet if you think about it. Complete strangers throughout the country on the same page at the same time. However, according to Strava, if you had an activity-based resolution, you already broke it a few weeks ago based on their GPS data.  

But we’ll blame it on the weather for those breakages.  

Here at YourWineStore, we believe you can start a resolution any time of the year and easily attain it. (As long as it can easily fit into your schedule. We’re realistic.) With that said, we are here to help you pick a new resolution and keep it this time!  

Read, scan, or close your eyes and point to pick your new mid-year resolution.

Resolution: Make Healthier Choices.

With only 85 calories, 3 carbs, no added sugar, and low alcohol, this Chardonnay has everything you need and leaves all the other stuff out. It’s crisp, refreshing, and delicious. If you're the type of person who relaxes with a glass of wine at the end of the night, this is the perfect everyday wine to sip.  


Resolution: Save Money. 

If you know you’re going to buy wine in 2023, then do yourself a favor and join a wine club. Besides saving 15-20% on all wines you purchase this year (yes, all wines), you’ll also save on tasting experiences at select wineries and receive additional member-only discounts.   


Resolution: Learn a new language.

Some of the best wines come from Italy and Italian wine labels are full of Italian words. Pair these wines with a free language podcast, and you’ll be speaking Italian before you know it*. Here are a few words to help you get started: 

Sangiovese (san-joe-veh-see)  

The main grape of Chianti Classico wines. Sangiovese wines are earthy, high tannin, and red-fruit-forward.  

Chianti Classico (kee-aun-tee) (class-ee-co)  

Wines produced from higher altitude areas of the Chianti region of Tuscany.  

Barbera (bar-bear-uh)  

Red grapes make fruity, high-acid wine with low tannins. 

Molto Bene (mole-toe) (ben-aye)  

Italian for “very good”. 

Shop and sip Italian wines to start learning! 

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Which new mid-year resolution are you making and keeping?