There is nothing like a good glass of wine to get the party started. By the end of your party, you will have probably tried every shot, spirit, and cocktail going, yet a bottle of wine between all of your friends is a great way to start off the evening. But the question is; what bottle of wine should you go for?
- Moet Imperial
Nothing says a celebration better than Moet does. It may be an expensive buy but when there is something to celebrate it is definitely worth it. The Imperial is a recommended choice out of all Moet wines because it caters to most people’s tastes. When you taste this Moet you will get a beautiful mixture of three champagne grapes. These are; pinot noir, chardonnay, and Pinot Meunier. The blend is blossomy and delightful. Plus, if you’ve got yourself some dental snap on veneers for the occasion, white wine won’t do any damage!
- Vinalba Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina 2012
This juicy and full-bodied wine is ideal for anyone looking to get the party started. It is full of flavor and full of fun. It is produced at a French-run Argentinian vineyard. The Vinalba’s Malbec reserve has actually won awards and the precision that is put into the creation of the wine is astonishing. The grapes are grown at various altitudes so that the perfect balance of flavor is achieved.
- Ruinart Rose Champagne NV
If you are planning on hosting a five-star party then this is definitely the wine you should choose to go with it. It is aristocratic champagne yet there is nothing old-fashioned about the taste; fresh, fruity, and delightful. Like the Moet, you can expect to pay a little bit more for Ruinart Rose Champagne – but you definitely get what you pay for!
- Toro Loco Tempranillo, 2011
This wine won’t cost you more than $10.00. So you can definitely buy a few bottles and get the party started properly! Nonetheless, whilst Toro Loco Tempranillo may be cheap in cost it is certainly not cheap when it comes to taste. And if you are skeptical about going for something so low in cost then don’t be. This wine excelled in a blind taste test against wines that were ten times as much the price. So, what does it taste like? Fruity and rounded with delightful hints of cherry.
- Les Hauts de Bergelle Saint Mont 2010
This wine is the ideal accompaniment if you are having a meal before your big night on the town. It goes delightfully with any seafood dish due to its perfect blend of nutty tints and tangy notes; including citrus and pear. This is the ideal choice for those who love a nice dry white wine.
- Berrys’ Cremant de Limoux, Antech-Limoux
This medium-bodied wine will wake you up and get you in the party mood in no time. It has a snappy acidity to it which tingles in your mouth. The beautiful blend between elegance and ripeness is undeniable. This sparkling wine will put the sparkle into your evening.