As a rule of thumb, you should never go to a host’s home empty handed. Wine is a traditional gift to bring, but which one should you bring. Here’s a list of the best wine to bring to a Party, we are sticking to the bubbles (not Champaign). All wine listed are under $20.00.
Here's our list of Best Wines to Bring to a Party
1. Cote de Roses
It is a nice Pink Wine (we won’t say Rosè because it does not advertise itself as one.) The bottle is beautiful and a conversation starter. It is not too sweet or too dry. Fresh and Fruity.
“I don’t usually bring a dark wine to a party because reds are known to make people relax and at a party, people are supposed to be celebrating. This wine is highly recognized and the beauty of it is a bonus.” -Ana Editor-In-Chief.
2. Cecilia B Spumante Rosé
This Rosè is dry, with a fruity finish. You can purchase at Trader Joes.
“This is one of my favorites and is under $10.00.” -Ana
3. Pink Party
Rosè with bubbles…how can you go wrong? It is refreshing with “notes of honeydew and cantaloupe” (Bevmo).
“Bevmo usually has the buy 1 get 1 for 5 cents.”- Ana
4. Cuvee 89 Sparkling Rosè
The perfect Rose to bring to a party. This one has hints of Strawberry. You can usually get a good deal at Bevmos.
“This is hands down my favorite Rosè.” -Ana
5. Da Luca Prosecco
Da Luca Prosecco, sparkling wine from Italy. A subtle orange and apricot flavor. A great value because it can be found for around $10.00
“I fell in love with Proseccos when I worked at a Pizzeria in college.” -Ana
6. Mezzacorona’s sparkling wine
60% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Bianco, and 10%. A very light fruity flavor. According to the website: “The bouquet displays rich and intense aromas.. like red apple, pear, white peach and melon, and…pineapple…”
“It is amazing how different Proseccos are. Some are very sweet. This one is not. Very balanced.”- Ana
6. Cecilia Beretta Prosecco Treviso
On the dryer side. Light bubbles for those who do not like champaign. Refreshing and balanced.