Celebrate Earth Day with this organically grown wine

Houston Life Wine Club Poured by H-E-B

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HOUSTON – In this week’s Houston Life Wine Club, Poured by H-E-B, we’ve got the perfect choice to go along with Earth Day: Chicken Run Carménère.

The organically grown wine is from one of Chile’s most environmentally sustainable wineries, and to make things even better, it has a show stopping price of just $8.

Chicken Run Carménère is named for the chickens that run through the vineyards as a natural form of pest control. So interesting, right?

Plus, the carménère is a type of grape that has become one of Chile’s signature grapes since it was first imported from France back in the 1800s.

We think you’ll agree it has a smooth taste of cocoa powder and cherries, and its balanced finish means it’s great to drink all year long -- with any type of cuisine and for any occasion, including Earth Day!

H-E-B is featuring organic and sustainably grown wines all month long. Just look for “Earth Month” tags in most H-E-B stores.

Happy sipping from your friends at Houston Life!

Join the ‘Houston Life’ Wine Club Poured by H-E-B


Join our “Houston Life” Wine Club Poured by H-E-B, and get access to discounts, giveaways and even a chance to do virtual tastings on the show.

Check out the information below to register.

How to join:

Click here for Houston Life Wine Club Terms and Conditions.

Do YOU want to be on live TV?! We’re looking for enthusiastic Houstonians, wine lovers and “Houston Life” friends to join Courtney and Derrick during our live virtual wine tastings on Wine Club Wednesdays with H-E-B. If you’re available from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesdays and are able to purchase and pick up the week’s featured wine from your local H-E-B, we want to hear from you!

Send an email to csorto@kprc.com with a small bio about yourself and your friend or loved one, and tell us why you two would love to be a part of the fun. Remember, you have to be 21 or older to participate.

About the Author:

Catherine Sorto is a native Houstonian, a true crime junkie and loves flamin' chips.