Sometimes, the headaches of homework arrive a little earlier than expected, and you can’t find a remedy to fix it. Then, there’s only one place you can turn: wine. Keep scrolling to find the best wine to go with your worst courses.
1. Intro to French and Chateau Ste Michelle Select Harvest Riesling
Three days into class, and you’re obviously already a pro who needs a wine to match. The Chateau Ste Michelle Sweet Riesling is much less complicated than its name (which you can now correctly pronounce). A smooth and creamy white, this wine pairs well with fish, mild cheeses and pretentious french accents.
It’s also just as easy on your wallet as it is your palette at a reasonable $9.50 a bottle. Perhaps that’s because it’s actually just as French as you are, coming from the Columbia Valley. French or not, this Riesling is a total score.
2. Calculus I and Boxed Franzia Refreshing White
There is only one wine good enough to be paired with a calc class: Boxed Franzia Refreshing White.
Sure, it’s has an aftertaste that mildly resembles tang, it has little to no body, and sometimes you’re pretty sure it is slowly eating at your stomach lining, but you’re going to need the quantity (no pun intended) to survive the semester.
3. Intro to Film and Francis Coppola Merlot
What better way to spend an evening than watching films for class? There isn’t any, especially when you watch films while drinking wine. The perfect glass (read:bottle) of wine to sip while analyzing camera angles is certainly Francis Coppola Merlot.
Not only does this full-bodied red have some of the best fruity notes for its price, it’s also theme appropriate. Acclaimed Director Francis Ford Coppola (think: The Godfather) started up the winery back in 1977 with his family.
This wine even bears a gorgeous label perfect for instagramming if you’re interested in bolstering your own photographic skills.
4. Senior Seminar and Anything from Sutter Home
At this point, you’ve been around the wine and cheese block a couple of times. You’ve splurged on ten dollar pinot grigios numerous times, but you’re ready to settle down.
All you need now after a long day of procrastinating is some two buck chuck. Sutter Home provides the ABV content you need with a taste you can just about tolerate (added bonus: minimal levels of arsenic).
5. Intro to Philosophy and Gnarly Head Merlot
Ponder existential truth, the foundations of belief, and be generally confused in your philosophy class with this Californian Gnarly Head Merlot. Don’t shy away from this dark, red wine.
Its deep, bold flavors of plum, black currant, and slight spice give it a complexity that rivals your philosophy homework.
Plus, I’m pretty sure that red wine gave Plato and Aristotle inspiration, so it will definitely help you write those last ten pages of your paper.