Published on March 14, 2016
1. Guide to Crafting Wedding Wines
2. Congratulations on your engagement! We know how much time and planning goes into preparing for a wedding. We will help alleviate some of the stress by helping you choose and make wines to please everyone on your special day. Wine Recommendations Choosing a wine that will complement your meal and be enjoyed by you and your guests can be intimidating, especially if you don’t know much about wine. Our expert winemakers will help you choose the wine that is just right for you. Browse through our most popular wedding wines here. How long before the wedding should we make the wine? Your wine will be quite enjoyable on the day it's bottled, however we recommend you leave whites about 2 to 3 months and reds at least 4 months before serving them at your wedding. Tell us the date of your wedding and we will make sure you have a wine making appointment far enough in advance to make the best tasting wine.
3. Serving Guidelines The amount of wine you require will of course depend on the size of your wedding. Refer to our serving guidelines to calculate how much wine you will need to keep the celebration going. Book Your Wedding Wine Package Here and Get Free Bottles! Book your winemaking package here and we will give you the bottles free of charge. Details, details, details.
4. Recommended White Wines •En Primeur Winery Series Italy Pinot Grigio This light-bodied refreshing white wine opens with citrus, floral and pear notes. An excellent harmony of fruit and acid create a crisp finish that reveals hints of citrus and green apple. •En Primeur Winery Series Chile Chardonnay This medium-bodied aromatic Chardonnay is balanced and fresh with lively acidity. Bursting with hints of pineapple, melon and peach on the palate, this lightly- oaked dry white wine has delicate hints of pear on the finish. •En Primeur Winery Series South Africa Sauvignon Blanc This medium-bodied wine boasts aromas of apple, lemon, and kiwi on the nose and provides hints of lemon and herbaceous flavors on the palate. Grapefruit and passion fruit notes offer a zesty finish. WINE RECOMMENDATIONS En Primeur Winery Series wines by RJS Craft Winemaking have been uniquely designed to bring out the best flavors and aromas in each varietal. These wines are sure to impress even the most discerning wedding guest.
5. Recommended Red Wines •En Primeur Winery Series Italy Valpola This wine boasts of a fruit forward nose distinguished by aromas of raisins, dark cherries and toasted oak. It showcases firm tannins on the palate embraced by concentrated notes of sweet chocolate and prunes. The finish is dramatic, peppered with layers of dark fruit and aggressive oak. •En Primeur Winery Series Chile Merlot This Merlot features a rich aromatic bouquet of fresh red cherries, toasted oak, and herbs. It is medium-bodied with expressive flavours of dark ripe plums, berries, and silky tannins. •En Primeur Winery Series Australia Pinot Noir This medium-bodied red is bursting with flavours of ripe black cherries, red berry fruits and delicate spice notes on the palate. Layered aromas of strawberry, plum, and black cherry are superbly balanced with oak on the nose. •En Primeur Winery Series Australia Cabernet Sauvignon This complex, full-bodied wine has a deep garnet colour with an appealing aroma of plump blackberries, sweet vanilla and fresh violets. Notes of blackberries, cherries and pepper spice grace the palate, enhanced with rich tannins.
6. SERVING GUIDELINES How much wine to make will depend on various factors including the number of guests, whether it's a wine-drinking crowd, the format of the reception, the time of year, the time of day, and the menu. It is better to have a little more wine than not quite enough. The standard 750ml wine bottle holds 25 ounces so count on five five ounce servings of wine from each bottle. Follow these steps to estimate your needs: Calculate how many people will be drinking at the event. Multiply this number by four (to give you the maximum number of standard drinks per person you will need). Divide number of standard drinks by five per bottle Divide number of bottles by 30 to determine the number of batches and then round up For example: •100 wine drinking guests attending •100 x 4 standard drinks = 400 standard drinks •400 / 5 (5 glasses per 750ml bottle) = 80 bottles of wine •80/30 750ml bottles per batch = 2.67 or 3 batches of wine will be needed Therefore, you could make one batch of red wine, one batch of white wine, and one batch of rosé wine.
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