What do you do on a wine night?

What you need for a wine night?

You’ll need at least one wine glass per person—however, if you plan on comparing wines, you may need two glasses for each guest. And, yep, glass shape matters. The other supplies include water, spit buckets, palate cleansers such as crackers and paper in case anyone wants to take notes.

What is a wine night?

Wine night is a “you” space (and if you’re not the host, ask before inviting anyone). If more than two people are participating, it’s probably a good idea to get a selection of white wine and red wine to accommodate people’s preferences. Drink white wines before red wines! It helps with digestion.

How do you host a good wine night?

6 Tips for Hosting a Wine Tasting Party

  1. Choose a Theme. Variety – Sample what a specific wine variety tastes like from different regions. …
  2. Keep the Party Intimate & Purchase Accordingly. Limit the guest count to 10 or fewer. …
  3. Stock the Necessary Supplies. …
  4. Serve the Right Food. …
  5. Set the Table. …
  6. Serve the Wine Correctly.
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How do you play wine bingo?

Wine Bingo

Create a bingo card by putting one type of wine—Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Riesling, etc. —in each square. To play, conduct a blind taste test and place a token on the square that you think matches each sample of wine. When someone gets bingo, check to see if their tastes were on-point.

How do you do wine tasting?

Evaluating by Sight

  1. Straight Angle View. First, look straight down into the glass, then hold the glass to the light, and finally, give it a tilt, so the wine rolls toward its edges. …
  2. Side View. …
  3. Tilted View. …
  4. Swirl. …
  5. Wine Flaws. …
  6. Fruit Aromas. …
  7. Flowers, Leaves, Herbs, Spices & Vegetables. …
  8. Wine Barrel Aromas.

What order do you taste wine?

A general progression for serving and tasting wine is whites before reds, light body before full body, young vintages before old, dry before sweet wines, and fragrant white wines before oaky white wines.

What should I bring to a girls wine night?

Here’s a list of some must-haves to bring along to the next ladies’ night.

  1. Wine. No girls’ night is complete without a healthy amount of wine. …
  2. Snacks. Once the booze is flowing, you can be sure that appetites will be piqued. …
  3. Pajamas. …
  4. Movies. …
  5. Face Masks. …
  6. Games. …
  7. Karaoke Machine. …
  8. Crafts.

What goes well with wine besides cheese?

Take a look at my favorite options below!

  • Sweet pickles such as cornichon.
  • Gluten free crackers.
  • Gluten free snack mix.
  • Walnuts, almonds, and candied nuts.
  • Fresh fruit such as grapes, pomegranate, and apple slices.
  • Dried figs, apricots, and oranges.
  • Marinated olives.
  • Dark chocolate and berries (all kinds)
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What is a wine down?

Winedown is a dinner party that I help put on with a group of about 10-15 friends in the D.C. area (where we all live). It started as a way to get friends together and learn a little bit more about food and wine pairing – a communal setting for sharing a good meal and good wine in the comfort of a friend’s home.

What do you serve at a wine tasting event?

While wine and cheese often go hand-in-hand, when it comes to a wine tasting party, resist the urge to serve cheese at the start. Instead, serve plain crackers, sliced baguette, and distilled water in between wines to cleanse the palate.

What is wine bingo?

Wine Bingo is similar to traditional Bingo except the numbers on the Bingo board are replaced with wine varietals and cocktails… that you’ll get a chance to indulge! Before Wine Bingo is Played. There will be a Wine Tasting activity that includes three wines.

How do you make a wine tasting party fun?

Make sure you have plenty of snacks and Hors D’oeuvre for your guests. Even if you’re going with the wine and chocolate, or wine and cheese themes, it is a good idea to have water, crackers, assorted nuts, or even a selection of small pieces of bread to help cleanse the taste buds.

How do you spice up a wine night?

13 Ways to Dress Up Your Cheap Wine

  1. Crock Pot Mulled Red Wine.
  2. Watermelon Sangria.
  3. Blood Orange Rosemary Spritzer.
  4. Red Wine Margarita.
  5. French 75.
  6. Mulled White Wine with Clove and Citrus.
  7. Gin and Rosé Grapefruit Cocktail.
  8. Red Wine Hot Chocolate.
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How do you play the wine game?

How to Play

  1. Before your guests arrive, cover the wine bottles with foil, apply a blank label and assign each bottle of wine a number, writing it on the label. …
  2. After your guests are seated, pour the wine into the corresponding cups.
  3. Give each guest the first cup, and have him or her taste the wine.