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What wines will be served at your wedding?

Martha, on May 14, 2019 at 9:53 AM Posted in Wedding Reception 0 12
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Hello! What wines and beer will be served at your wedding?

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  • Future Mrs. K
    VIP June 2019
    Future Mrs. K ·
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    We have an open bar so whatever the venue offers that the guest want they are able to have. I would recommend one white and one red and a few different options for beer.

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  • FutureMrsKC
    Master January 2019
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    We bought all of our wine from a local winery. We offered Vinters White, Vinters Red, and Rosa (Rose). They had other specialty wines but we wanted to hit all of the categories that would please people so we just did those three! We were able to buy them on sale since the winery does offers here and there, so we got all of our cases BOGO!

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  • B11
    Super May 2019
    B11 ·
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    Our venue provides the alcohol. We'll be having Pinot Grigio, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot. We'll also have 2 domestic beers and 3 craft beers.

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  • Mrs. H
    Master September 2019
    Mrs. H ·
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    We are having an open bar but are responsible for providing our own alcohol. We will be having 4 different types of wine: 2 reds (Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon) and 2 whites (Pinot Grigio and Sauvignon Blanc), 4 different types of liquor: vodka, rum, gin, and whiskey; and 5 different types of beer from our favorite local brewery: a porter, an IPA, a wheat beer, a pale ale, and a blonde ale.

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  • Gen
    Champion June 2019
    Gen ·
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    We’re having a wine-only bar so we’re having 7 different options of wine... Sauvignon blanc, Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Merlot, Cabernet, and Pinot noir.

    If you’re trying to narrow it down to 1 red and 1 white, I’d go with Chardonnay and Cabernet!
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  • Erika
    Expert April 2019
    Erika ·
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    We had open bar so only 4 wine choices. Sauvignon Blanc, Moscato, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot noir. We kinda went with what our bartender suggested as most popular but added Moscato for our friends that we know prefer it.
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  • Kelly
    Champion October 2018
    Kelly ·
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    We had sparkling brut, sparkling rosé, pinot, chardonnay, and a red blend. For beer we had stella, racer 5 ipa, 805, and amstel light. This is what our venue offered we didn’t have to purchase the alcohol on our own.
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  • Becca
    Expert July 2019
    Becca ·
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    We are doing a Rose, a Pinot Noir, a local micro-brew and then a hard cider. We figure most white wine drinkers will drink rose and then the cider for those who are gluten-free who may not like wine. What is nice about a Pinot is that it isn't overly robust and it covers a lot of palates if you aren't wanting too many options. By going with a Chardonnay you are nixing anyone who likes sweet or not oaky, and a Cabernet can be too dry for many. We picked wines/beers that would encompass the most number of people. I live in a wine rich area where there are tons of world renowned wineries and breweries. I decided to go local, local, local which saves on cost too.

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  • N
    Expert August 2019
    N ·
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    Dolce Della Rosa (semi sweet) 🍷
    Tomasello Cranberry wine 🍷
    Heineken, Corona, Bud 🍺
    Soft drinks/juice 🥤
    Water 💦
    Signatures:
    Amaretto Sour 🍹
    Moscow Mule 🥃
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  • N
    Expert August 2019
    N ·
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    And two whites I can’t remember lol
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  • Rachel
    Devoted October 2019
    Rachel ·
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    We're having beer and wine only at our wedding. However, we can't think of anyone off-hand of our family and friends that drink red wine. We had planned on having 3 white and 3 red but I'm really nervous we're going to be left with buttloads of red wine.

    Any advice on if we should have equal amounts of red/white or if I could get away with just 1 red? Also, if so.... what's a good type of red wine?

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  • Paula
    Super September 2019
    Paula ·
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    For wines, we're offering a Moscato, Chardonnay, Sweet Red, Pinot Grigio, and a Riesling. For beer, Blue Moon (FH Fav), & Dos Equis Amber (My Fav)

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