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I am FINALLY moved into my apartment and I am so excited to be in just in time for Thanksgiving and Christmas (my favorite time of year!). This is the time of year that you really enjoy your home, and I’m so happy to have a home that I absolutely love and that I can open up to my friends and family. I can’t wait to make new memories and new holiday traditions that I can continue for years to come.
I’m really looking forward to planning a Friendsgiving and Holiday party, but since I’m still settling into my apartment, instead of rushing to having a housewarming party and a holiday party I thought it would be fun to combine them and have one big bash! In the meantime I’ve been inviting friends and family over for drinks because everyone is dying to see my renovation!
Day Owl Rosé was my go-to wine all Summer and I plan on serving it to my guests all holiday season and through the New Year too! It’s bright, citrusy and delicious on it’s own, but I can’t wait to make Apple Rosé Sangria with it for my housewarming party!
This Rose is made with Barbera grapes and is perfect for drinking while young. It’s crisp and fruit-forward, perfect for celebrating Friendsgiving, a new start or a new day!
As you can probably tell I still have quite a few things to buy and a LOT of decorating to do, but one thing I’m in no shortage of are these beautiful crystal wine glasses that Grandma gave my mom for me. I’ve had them packed up for years and when I moved into my apartment they were one of the first boxes I unpacked!
Being able to start new holiday traditions with a piece of the past means the world to me!
I’m living life to the fullest and savoring every moment of this new chapter of my life! And since there’s no celebration too small or big, I’m toasting today with Day Owl Rosé!
I’m toasting to new beginnings and new holiday traditions with Day Owl Rosé this season, what are you raising your glass to?
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Day Owl.