Last weekend, I had a few friends over to partake in a little wine tasting party! I’ve never thrown a wine-tasting party until now, but it’s been on my list of parties to throw for a while. In high school and early college I used to have an annual cookie swap party, but I think …
Bruschetta.... I use fresh tomatoes fresh garlic lots of crushed dried oregano a bit of dried basil salt pepper a dash of garlic salt and olive oil and a bit of red wine vinegar....and I am always told it's the best bruschetta they've ever had....easy peasy
I love to eat frozen grapes in the summer time, but they are also fantastic little cubes for keeping your wine chilled without watering it down. You can also plop one or two in a glass of red wine that has been kept at a room temperature that is too warm.
There are so many great pairs in the world of food, but cheese and wine is the best of all to a foodie! Anyone can learn how to build a cheese board, but knowing how to pair each element with your favorite wine is an art. Today, we explore the options that go beautifully with a toasty oak Chardonnay.
Hosting a GNO with Thirty-One doesn't have to be hard. Try a Wine N'Bags party with 3 different wines. We can use our Perfect Thermal and offer a wine tasting event--vote on the best wine and shop at the same time! :)