Which Wine Should You Bring to Each Wedding Event?

Which Wine Should You Bring to Each Wedding Event?

winewedding__01Engagement Party: It’s the first moment everyone celebrates the exciting news together, and it calls for the real stuff: Champagne. Pol Roger makes some of the best bubbly in Champagne for a manageable price.

Pol Roger Champagne Brut NV (Champagne, France) $58

Bridal Shower: To keep guests refreshed through hours of gift opening, we turn to Vinho Verde from Portugal: light, refreshing and virtually guaranteed to be liked by all.

Quinta da Aveleda Vinho Verde 2013 (Vinho Verde, Portugal) $9

Bachelorette Party: What better accessory for your girls’ night out than Little Black Dress Wines? They make 11 wines, including “Divalicious” Pink Pinot (it just sounds like a party in a glass!), and at $9 a pop, they won’t break the bank (we’ll let your, ahem, evening activities do that for you).

Little Black Dress “Divalicious” Pink Pinot 2012 (California) $11

Wedding: A wedding wine needs to be enjoyable, versatile and affordable. Chloe Wine Collection wines fit the bill plus some. Winemaker Georgetta Dane makes three styles: Red No. 249 (North Coast, California), Chardonnay (Sonoma County, California) and Pinot Grigio (Valdadige D.O.C., Itlay). They’re priced around $18 per bottle (keep in mind that purchasing by the case often gets you a discount). And lastly, the label is just too perfect to pass up: an elegant black bow tied around the bottle.

What's your favorite wedding wine? Let us know below.

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