How to Host a Wine Tasting Party

How to Host a Wine Tasting Party

Have you ever been to a wine tasting party? Want to know how to throw a wine tasting party? You don’t have to know wine to have a good time at this party. You just have to know what you like.

bottles for blind wine tasting

Hosting one is easier than it sounds. You get a bunch of friends together. Everyone brings their favorite bottle of wine and an appetizer to share. See, half of the work is already done!

The bottles are all tasted blindly and ranked. The votes are counted at the end of the night, and the person who brought the winning bottle gets to take home a prize. You can find some fun wine-related prizes for less than $30. And, of course, you can give out a booby prize for the worst bottle of the night. If you do that, be sure to warn people ahead of time that it will happen so no one has hurt feelings. Or tell them to buck up. Better yet, hand them a glass of wine.

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