One of the key aspects of a wedding is the wine that guests will enjoy. There are many options when it comes to choosing wine for your guests. While some may choose to go with red wine and others white wine, there are pros and cons to both options.

Vintage wine is a very good choice for wedding wine. It’s not too expensive, it has good taste and volume, which will surely make you happy on your special day.


Red wines

With so many red wines to choose from, how do you know which one to serve at your wedding?

Red wine is perhaps the most important decision in your wedding planning process. It’s served at almost every wedding reception because it goes with everything, and it pairs perfectly with lots of different desserts.

Sparkling wines

Sparkling wine is a traditional choice for weddings, but it might not always be easy to find one to match exactly what your guests might like. 

The taste and flavour of sparkling wines can differ greatly, so choosing the right one could be more difficult than anticipated.

White wines

The classic French white wine, fine and supple, with a pure fruit character. 

This wine is an excellent choice for seafood. Either white fish or crustaceans cooked with fragrant herbs such as fennel, tarragon or chervil will be perfect with this wine.


Champagne and premium wine. Champagne is the symbol of love, romance and happiness so it’s no wonder that we often unashamedly associate it with weddings. But aside from its romantic side, champagne has a lighter side too. Champagne has always been associated with celebrations and parties in general. Whether you are celebrating an engagement or just having some fun with friends, champagne is a great idea!

It is the symbol of joy and festivity, it is an excellent choice for your wedding day. The combination of sparkling wine and wedding cake creates an unforgettable experience for your guests.