WHAT DO THEY TASTE LIKE?
Delicious drinks designed to pair with dinner. Proxies don't necessarily taste like a specific type of wine, but are always inspired by the flavor components that make wine a perfect pairing for food.
HOW ARE PROXIES MADE?
While wine is a product of grapes, yeast, and time, making Proxies requires considerably more ingredients.
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HOW TO TASTE PROXIES
There’s no wrong way to taste Proxies. Our advice is to always keep an open mind and have fun with it. That said, our idea of fun is getting just a little nerdy with it. Picking out flavors, discussing what you’re seeing, smelling, and tasting with friends around the dinner table.
The Five Ss:
We’re not going to stop you from drinking Proxies on their own, but alongside a great meal Proxies really shine. We designed Proxies to pair with food because we couldn’t find a good non-alcoholic option for our nights off. But the truth is, Proxies can actually be a better pairing than even great wine.
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