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How to host a wine tasting party tips from Sippin'It

Close your eyes and imagine sitting on a backyard deck with your friends enjoying a delicious glass of wine and laughing over all of life's little annoyances. Now open your eyes and make it happen! 

How to host a wine tasting party tips from Sippin'It

Summer is almost here so you can make this dream a reality. Life's best moments are to be savored with those you love. 

 

One great way to enjoy the summer with friends is to host your very own backyard wine tasting. Here's what you'll need.

How to host a wine tasting party tips from Sippin'It

1. Choose a theme- It could be wines from your area or wines from the farthest away. How about best grocery store wines or bottles you've gotten as gifts? There's no wrong answer to have fun with it.

How to host a wine tasting party tips from Sippin'It

2. Supplies- You'll need at least one glass per person. It's best to have extras on hand as well in case unexpected guests show up. Another must have is a Sippin'it Wine Aerator Pourer. This will give you the perfect drip free pour everytime.

How to host a wine tasting party tips from Sippin'It

Plus, by aerating as it pours the natural aromas in any bottle of wine will be unleashed so your guests senses will be primed and ready to go.

How to host a wine tasting party tips from Sippin'It

3. Atmosphere- Make sure to have bug repellent at the ready. Full dinner is optional, but a meat and cheese tray is the perfect companion.

How to host a wine tasting party tips from Sippin'It

4. Fun & Games- Party games and conversation starters are always fun to have on hand. Also, have prizes ready for the winners. Ask people to bring extra bottles for a wine swap to make sure no one goes home empty handed.

Summer time is a fun time so make the most of it. Go big with a large guest list or keep it an intimate gathering of close friends. You can't go wrong with wine + laughter in the summer.

How to host a wine tasting party tips from Sippin'It


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