After spending all of my money on things like mortgages and bills for about twenty years, I finally decided that it was time to take a trip to enjoy my life. I began researching different parts of the world that would interest me and my family, and I settled on a European vacation fit for a king. We stayed in all of the best hotels and focused on eating out and enjoying our time away from home, and by the time we got back, we felt great about the progress we had made. I wanted to make a blog all about saving money on the road, so you can travel more and worry less.
A tour of a vineyard will provide you with insight concerning the manner in which wine is manufactured and may provide you with an appreciation for the hard work and dedication that is needed to produce your favorite varieties of wine. After your wine tours, share your newfound knowledge with friends and relatives during a wine tasting party. The ideas below can be used during the social gathering.
Share Photographs And Discuss Your Trip
If you took photographs of the vineyard that you visited, purchase a photo album to place the pictures in. Write a description of each picture on a rectangular adhesive label and secure the labels to the pages in the album.
Once guests are seated in your home, pass the photo album around so that your guests can learn about what you encountered while at the vineyard. Discuss some of the highlights of your trip, including viewing grape plants that are used to process wine, the building where wine is manufactured, and the steps that are used to process wine.
Set Up A Tasting Station And Prepare Snacks
A bar and stools or a countertop can be used as a tasting station. If you purchased several varieties of wine while at the vineyard, place them on top of the area designated as a wine tasting station. Purchase small, plastic cups for your guests to use while sipping each variety of wine. Take into consideration that your guests may wish to indulge in several types of wine and may prefer to eat while doing so.
Prepare trays that contain slices of cheese or small pieces of fresh fruit and offer the snacks to each person throughout the wine tasting event. Describe the varieties of wine that you purchased and any unique information that you learned about them while on the tour.
Set Up An Intimate Area To Unwind Outdoors
After tasting wine, you and your guests may want to mingle with one another. Offer an area outdoors for your guests to relax in and welcome everyone to refill their cups with wine before heading outdoors.
A patio table and lounge chairs that are set up on a deck or on a portion of your yard will provide your guests with ample room to unwind. While speaking to your friends and family, encourage everyone to take the opportunity to tour the same vineyard that you did so that they can gain additional insight about the winemaking business.Share
11 February 2018