Cheers to National Wine Days For 2022

If you’re like us here at WineLoversVillage, who needs a reason to enjoy a good bottle of wine?  Not us and we’re guessing, not you. But if you do want to try to explain yourself to others, then say cheers to these National Wine days for 2022!

Mark your calendars with these National Wine Days for 2020!
Mark your calendars with these National Wine Days for 2022!

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National Wine Days in 2022


There are at least 17 national wine days identified by the National Day Calendar and we don’t want anyone to miss on a reason to pop that cork on your favorite wine day.

The season of National Wine Day kicks off in February and winds up on New Year’s Eve. Although January doesn’t officially name wine days, wine tastes good, especially in January.


Not that anyone needs a special day to enjoy fine wine, but why not have just one more reason to get away for a few days? Read on for our updated calendar of national wine days.

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Here is the 2021 National Wine Day calendar:

Cheers to National Rose Day on June 11.
Cheers to  National Wine Days including National Rose Day on June 11.

January

January is all about starting over and many kick off the New Year with “dry” January. That could be why we couldn’t find any national wine days in January.  But hey, if you’re a lover of wine like us, then who needs a national wine “holiday” to open your favorite bottle?

February Wine Days

  • February 1, Furmint Day
  • February 18, National Drink Wine Day
  • February 26, Open That Bottle Night

March National Wine Days

  • March 3, National Mulled Wine Day
  • March 13, International Reisling Day

April Wine Days

  • April 14, Tannat Day
  • April 17, International Malbec Day
  • April 27, World Marselan Day

May National Wine Days

  • May 6, International Sauvignon Blanc Day
  • May 9, National Moscato Day
  • May 17, National Pinot Grigio Day
  • May 25, National Wine Day
  • May 26, National Chardonnay Day
This summer fruit and cheese board is one of the best charcuterie boards for a light, refreshing meal.
This summer fruit and cheese board is one of the best charcuterie boards for a light, refreshing meal, paired best (of course) with your favorite bottle of wine.

June National Wine Days

  • June 4, National Cheese Day
  • June 11-16, National Prosecco Week
  • June 13, National Rosé Day
  • June 20, Drink Chenin Blanc Day
  • June 21, Lambrusco Day

July Wine Days

  • 1st Week of July, Sparkling Wine Week
  • July 25, Wine and Cheese Day
  • July 28, Shiraz Day

August National Wine Days

  • August 1, National Albariño Day
  • August 4, National White Wine Day
  • August 18, National Pinot Noir Day
  • August 30, National Red Wine Day

September Wine Days

  • September 1 (Thursday before Labor Day), International Cabernet Day
  • September 11, International Grenache Day
Festive Wine Cocktail Recipes for Fall - Lemon Elderflower with Santa Margherita Prosecco
Festive Wine Cocktail Recipes for Fall – Lemon Elderflower with Santa Margherita Prosecco

October National Wine Days

  • October 8, Pinotage Day
  • October 15, National Champagne Day
  • October 27, Carignan Day

November National Wine Days

  • November 7, International Merlot Day
  • November 12, International Tempranillo Day
  • November 16, National Zinfandel Day
  • November 24, Carménère Day

December Wine Days

  • December 4, National Cabernet Franc Day
  • December 5, National Prohibition Repeal Day is the perfect day to celebrate with your favorite vino.
  • December 20, Sangria Day
  • December 31, National Champagne Day

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National Champagne Day!

So many reasons to celebration National Champagne Day!
So many reasons to celebrate National Champagne Day!

Don’t forget that National Champagne Day comes around every year on December 31! The last of the national wine days of the year is National Champagne Day on New Year’s Eve and the perfect ending to a year.