Lest We Forget the Exquisiteness of Wine!

Her Wedding PlannerTruly, every newlywed deserve a toast! Now, if you are scrambling for some pertinent info on the best wines to get your wedding party going, read on.


First, wines and dancing have been around since time immemorial. However, like everything on your list, a little planning could save you a fortune.


A Union of Food and Wine – From the onset, you may have some matching to do. Conventional wisdom tell us: It is not wise to match the food to the wine; rather it should be vice versa. Start with your food. What particular variety or flavors are you serving? Then pair it with a matching wine.


A mixed choice of reds and whites topped with your champagnes could trigger the merrymaking. Chardonnay – currently tagged as the most sought-after white wine – is a definitive choice. On one hand, Riesling, also a good contender for your white wine category, almost always showcase a great deal of crispiness.


For your red wine, you can’t go wrong with a Cabernet Sauvignon. A Pinot Noir, however, offers greater flexibility for food-pairings – a good stretch for the budget.


A Toast to the Newlyweds – Preorder your choice engraved flutes as they are a must for your toasts. Wines accentuate your celebration. However, there is no need to splurge on the drinking and dining; two glasses of wine per guest should do it – unless you want to keep the party (and your guests) till dawn.


A little too much alcohol coupled with the partying can be intoxicating – giving undue strain to your blissful union. On your first day, moderation could be timely.

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