Wineder Woman: The Best Wines for Your Bachelorette

April 8, 2019

What is a party without a good bottle of wine? That, too, a bachelorette party for a bride who’s a wine lover!

If you’re planning a bachelorette bash for your best girl, you need to have everything organized the way she likes it. Apart from the theme, décor, activities, dresses, and venue, you should surprise her with a lavish selection of wines. There’s nothing like a good bottle of red wine to set the mood for the day.

 

A bachelorette party is a day the bride never forgets. From the crockery to cuisine, everything should be on point, including the best wines there can be.

Here are a few wine suggestions for a bachelorette party.

 

 

Pinot Grigio

This Italian label is nothing short of absolute finesse. Perfect for all celebrations, its rich flavor will light up your day like none other. Its dry taste makes it very popular worldwide. Locally, it’s known as pinot gris, but it has different names in different parts of the world.

The taste of a pinot grigio depends on the place of harvest. The same label from Austria and Germany tastes light and citrusy, because it’s stored in steel tanks. These wines are highly acidic and pair perfectly with white meat. The pinot grigio made in the US is aged in wooden barrels and undergoes a fermentation process. This makes it fuller-bodied, with a peachy aftertaste.

 

Chardonnay

This wine is made from abundantly planted grapes from all over the world. Chardonnay can be produced in two completely unique ways, which is why the flavors of one can differ from another.

Some Chardonnays are aged with malolactic fermentation in an oak barrel, whereas the unoaked one is stored in a steel container.

 

The oaked and fermented Chardonnay is buttery in flavor, with a heavy essence of wood. But the unoaked wine is crisp to taste and feels cleans on the palate.

Oaked Chardonnays come in many flavors, which can be picked according to the bride’s preferences. You could choose a lemon curd flavor for a tinge of fruity essence or toffee for a luxurious toasting experience.

Pinot Noir

Lighter-bodied than the heavier varieties like Cabernet Sauvignon, this wine is sure to wow the entire crowd with its soft, fruity aromas. All red-wine drinkers have their go-to favorites in the Pinot Noir range.

From crispy horseradish to a more mellow mushroom-flavored wine, it comes in a range of flavor profiles for all taste buds. If you’re willing to spare a few hundred dollars extra on the bachelorette party, French Burgundy is hands-down the best option to charm the bride! Also known by the name of Spätburgunder, Pinot Noir is available in the US, New Zealand, and Germany for varying prices.

Have you made up your mind about the choice of wine you’ll have on the menu?

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