We’re all about adding fun and variety to our lives. Whether that’s trying new restaurants, exploring new cities, or finding fun local outdoor activities, we truly believe variety is the spice of life. If you’re like us, and going to same old places every week and eating and drinking the same things over and over is not your beat, you’ll love The Seeker Wines.
As their name indicates, The Seeker Wines is all about variety and adventure. They cross continents on a relentless quest to curate fine wines from all over the world, bringing you everything from Chilean Cabernet to New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc to classic Côtes De Provence Rosé. They’re like having your own personal wine curator, seeking out incredible wines and doing the legwork for you.
Each wine comes from a different family vineyard from around the world and are selected not only with quality and taste in mind, but global consciousness as well. The Seeker is dedicated to reducing their carbon footprint by only using lightweight glass that is recycled and recyclable. They used locally sourced packaging materials as much as possible and all their winemakers are also dedicated to practicing sustainability.
The Seeker is all about the journey and adventure. Their fun, mid-19th century inspired labels include nostalgic flying machines, encapsulating one of our most significant eras of progress, technological advancement, and discovery.
The Seeker is not just about curating great wine; they’re about wonderment. The reminder to live life to the fullest. To step out into the world to discover the unknown and remain curious.
So, where will you go on your next adventure? Perhaps it will be a simple picnic with friends, sailing on a breezy day or heading overseas to unknown lands. Whatever it is, don’t forget to enjoy life and soak in this beautiful world.
Let The Seeker find the perfect wine to pair with your next adventure. You can shop The Seeker Wines here and locate retailers here. And don’t forget to keep up with all their adventures on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
This post was sponsored on behalf of The Seeker Wines via One2One Network. All opinions stated are our own.