Planning An Event?
There are a million important details to consider when planning a wedding or any large event. Don't worry, we've got you covered. Save BIG TIME and cross "Wine" off your list of things-to-do when you purchase 1 case or more and get 10% off!
Here are a few things to consider when selecting wine for your special day:
Will you have a Multi-generational crowd? Offer a range of options. In general, it is a good to offer a red, a white and a sparkling wine. Use your food menu as a guide for pairing flavors together.
What is the time of day you've chosen for the reception? More alcohol will be consumed in a late afternoon or evening event than a morning event.
Estimate how much guests will consume. How many are heavy drinkers? How many will not drink at all? Will you need to offer one drink per person per hour, every other hour, or a set amount of drinks over the course of the evening? If guests will be driving home after the event, do not offer them more than exceeds the legal amount.
What size are your guests glasses?
A bottle of Champagne usually fills 6 glasses or 8 narrow flutes.
A bottle of wine generally fills 5 wine glasses or 4 large Bordeaux style glasses.
How many bottles are in a case of wine?
A case of wine contains 12 bottles.
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Flavors of lemon, green apple, wet stone and vanilla unfold into a long, dry, and crisp finish. Rich on the palate yet balanced by a vibrant acidity. Lean/Minerals: Delicate fruit flavors harmonize with chalky, subtle complexity. Pucker up! Lemon-like palate refresher (Sauvignon Blanc, Roussanne, Arneis)
The palate is delicious upon entry, with flavors of bright lemon and tropical mango. In addition to the fruitful characters, the palate is layered with essences of honey and toasted almonds...read the full tasting note
Harmonious and pleasant on the palate, a delicious fruit forward mouthfeel with rich complexity and solid structure.
"The 2004 J Schram has aromas of fresh green apple, apricot and lime and a bit of minerality. In addition there is a creaminess of vanilla custard, and marzipan followed by fresh baguette. Flavors of orange, melon and lemon are present with some lime pith. The fruit is accentuated by warm spices, cinnamon and nutmeg. The texture is rich and tangy with an acidity that is long and balanced"
– Winemakers Keith Hock and Hugh Davies
The 2003 Reserve has youthful aromas of red apple and juicy pear, which is followed by Rainier cherry...
A great sipper or pair with food wine. It's dense purple color with lush aromas of creme de cassis, licorice, spice, cigar box and a touch of oak. Well-balanced, dense, pure, layered, big and rich.