Most Romantic Wine Names for Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we’re all on the hunt for that perfectly romantic bottle to share with our significant other. Rather than reaching for your usual weeknight vino, take the romance up a notch by choosing from one of these 10 romantically named bottles to set the mood. Light some candles, pop the cork, and get to sipping, because nothing says “I love you” quite like a bottle of (romantically named) wine.

Chateau Julien French Kiss 2013

This delicious white blend of Viognier-Chenin Blanc from California is the perfect bottle of winter white, and if the name means anything, it seems fit for a pretty promising night.

Broc Cellars Love Red 2015

This delectable Carignan-dominant red blend from California is completely natural, with no added yeast or enzymes. The heart-adorned bottle is perfect for any romantic evening.

Château La Tour Carnet Médoc Passion 2009

Because nothing says “I love you” like a lip-smacking bottle of Left-Bank Bordeaux. Your passion for your partner will certainly be evident with this one.

Some Young Punks Cabernet Shiraz “Passion Has Red Lips” 2014

This full-bodied Australian blend is vegan, sustainable, and downright tasty. Crushing a bottle of this with your significant other is certain to result in red-lipped passion.

Mouton Noir Rosé Love Drunk 2015

Love drunk, drunk in love — what’s really the difference after crushing a bottle of this delicious, fruit-forward rosé? We’ve been in love with Oregon wines for a while, and this one’s no exception.

Inspire Moore Love Riesling 2011

As the bottle says, “Let yourself be silently drawn by the stronger pull of what you truly love.” Like this bottle, for instance.

Christophe Pacalet, Saint-Amour 2015

There’s nothing we’re more in love with than Cru Beaujolais. For this occasion, we’re seeking out wines from the northernmost cru of the 10: Saint-Amour, of course.

La Fleur Amour Merlot

Does anything prove your amour more than gifting that special someone a bottle of French wine? We think not.

Passion d’Etoiles Pouilly-Fuissé 2014

What’s the only thing more romantic than the passion of the stars? A bottle of white Burgundy, of course.

Champagne Brut Amour de Deutz Vintage 2005

Hey, if there’s any occasion to splurge on love, today’s the day, right? This bottle of bubbly is downright exceptional.