Post # 1
Would LOVE some input. We are having a Vintage Rodeo Wedding. Our bar offerings are beer, a signature drink (red sangria)–and Pendleton Whiskey rocks. Should I offer white wine? I’m on the fence. I only have a handful of folks who will be drinking it!
Post # 3
If you know its only a handful of people then I wouldnt stress about it, but as someone who drinks both red and white i would like the option.
Whats the weather like that time of year? In warmer weather white is usually the preferred option.
Post # 4
People usually prefer white wine during the summer. (At least that’s what I’ve heard). We actually had more white wine left over than red… 1 red left, 0 blush left, 5 white left). But since you have sangria, I think a lot of people will like that as well. If I were you, I would buy a case of white wine and if it runs out, it runs out.
Post # 5
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
Remember that many people are sensitive to the tannins in red wine and cannot drink it. I have a 2 glass limit on reds, otherwise I get a terrible headache. So as a guest and wine lover, I would definitely appreciate a white option.
Post # 6
Could you do a white and a red sangria?
Post # 7
I agree. Personally I LOVE red wine, but I have a friend who gets a killer headache after less than a glass. It kind of depends on your crowd. If you’re having a smaller wedding and know there’s no one who’s huge on white wine, you can skip it, but I think for larger crowds / less certain tastes, it’s a good idea to have some.
Post # 8
What are you serving for dinner? If it’s chicken and seafood, then you should offer white wine. Personally, I don’t drink red wine or whiskey, and I’m picky on my beer, so I would really appreciate if white wine was being offered.
Post # 9
I totally agree with the white and red sangria! I CANNOT drink red wine, but I love sangria! So I always go for the white one.