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Wedding Wine Services

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Congratulations on your engagement! Planning your wedding can be a daunting task, but don't let the drinks section overwhelm you. At Dis&Dis, we are wholesale alcohol for wedding experts with many years of experience helping couples pick the perfect wedding wine. With our unbeatable range of over 600 wines, we've got you covered. We'll guide you through every step of the process, from the first sip to the last dance. We're here to help make your wedding day unforgettable, and that starts with the best wine for weddings. Let us take care of the drinks, and you can focus on enjoying your special day.

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Our wedding wine expertise

The perfect wedding wine selection

We absolutely love everything about weddings, from the dress to the décor to the centerpiece flowers. And, of course, we can't forget about the wine! If you're on the hunt for the best wine for weddings, you've come to the right place. We consider ourselves wedding wine experts and have tried and tested all sorts of varietals to ensure that we're offering the perfect selection for your big day. Whether you're looking for a red, white, or bubbly option, we've got you covered. And don't worry if you're not too familiar with the wine world- we're happy to walk you through the choices and help you select the perfect flavors to complement your menu and impress your guests. So sit back, relax, and let us take care of the wedding wine- it's one less thing you'll have to worry about!


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#Frequently asked questions

We understand that there are many frequently asked questions about wedding wine and that's why we're here to help. From which wine to serve with dinner to the best bottles for toasting, we're happy to share our expertise and guide you in choosing the best wine for your big day.

What types of wine should I serve at my wedding?
The types of wine you choose to serve at your wedding will depend on your personal preferences, the style of your wedding, and the menu. Generally, it's a good idea to offer both red and white wine options. Popular choices for white wine include Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and Pinot Grigio, while popular red wine choices include Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, and Merlot. You may also consider offering a sparkling wine or champagne for toasts.
How do I choose the right wine for my wedding menu?
The right wine can enhance the flavors of your wedding menu and provide a more enjoyable dining experience. If you're serving a traditional beef or lamb entree, a full-bodied red wine like Cabernet Sauvignon would pair well. For lighter dishes like fish or chicken, a white wine like Chardonnay or Pinot Grigio would be a good choice. Be sure to also consider any dietary restrictions or preferences your guests may have.
What if some of the bottles of wine I ordered are unopened after the wedding?
If you have unopened bottles of wine after the wedding, there are a few things you can do. One option is to store them in a cool, dark place until you are ready to drink them. Another option is to sell them to a wine retailer or collector. You can also trade them with other wine enthusiasts or use them as gifts. Whatever you decide to do, just remember to handle the bottles with care and keep them in a safe place.
Are there any budget-friendly wine options for weddings?
Yes, there are plenty of affordable wine options that are still delicious and crowd-pleasing. Look for wines from lesser-known regions.
Can I have a tasting before choosing the wine for my wedding?
Absolutely! Many caterers and venues offer wine tastings as part of their wedding package. You can also schedule a tasting with us to try out different options and find the perfect wine for your wedding.
Is it better to have a signature cocktail or offer a variety of wines at my wedding?
Both options can work well depending on your preferences and the style of your wedding. Offering a signature cocktail can be a fun way to personalize your wedding, while offering a variety of wines can cater to a wider range of tastes. Consider the overall vibe of your wedding and what will best complement your wedding menu.
Are there any specific wines that pair well with certain types of food for my wedding menu?
Absolutely! One important thing to keep in mind when choosing wines for your wedding is the type of food that you'll be serving. A light white wine, for example, pairs well with seafood and chicken dishes, while a bold red wine is ideal for serving with beef or lamb. If you're serving cheese or charcuterie, opt for a light-bodied red like Pinot Noir or Beaujolais. Don't be afraid to contact us at hello@disndis.com for recommendations - we'll be happy to help you choose the perfect wines to complement your menu.
Should I have both red and white wine at my wedding?
It's always a good idea to offer both red and white wine at your wedding reception. This allows your guests to choose a wine that suits their individual tastes and preferences. If you're having a large wedding with a lot of guests, consider offering a variety of each type of wine to make sure that there's enough for everyone. A good rule of thumb is to have about 60% red wine and 40% white wine.
How do I ensure that there is enough wine for all of my guests at the wedding?
The last thing you want is to run out of wine during your reception! To make sure that you have enough wine for all of your guests, calculate how many drinks per person you'll need. A bottle of wine typically provides five glasses, so if you have 100 guests and plan to serve two glasses of wine per person, you'll need 40 bottles of wine (100 guests / 5 glasses per bottle * 2 glasses per person = 40 bottles). Don't forget to include a little extra, just in case.
Do I need to consider the weather when choosing wine for an outdoor wedding?
If you're planning an outdoor wedding, it's important to choose wines that are appropriate for the weather. In general, lighter wines like Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, and rosé are great choices for warm weather weddings. If the weather is cooler, opt for heavier red wines like Cabernet Sauvignon or Syrah. You should also consider serving your wine at the proper temperature - white wine should be chilled between 7-10°C, while reds should be served at around 15-18°C.
Can I bring my own wine to a venue that offers a bar package?
Many venues offer bar packages that include beer, wine, and liquor. If you have a particular wine that you'd like to serve at your wedding, you may be able to bring it in and have the venue serve it to your guests. Be sure to check with the venue first to see if this is allowed, and find out if there are any corkage fees that you'll need to pay.
Are there any non-alcoholic wine options for guests who do not drink?
Just because someone doesn’t drink alcohol, doesn’t mean they don’t like to enjoy a good glass of wine. These days, more and more winemakers are producing non-alcoholic alternatives for champagne, white, and red wines. If you want to offer a tasty option for your non-alcoholic guests, search for our non-alcoholic wines collectios, such as “Elivo” or “Born to be Free”.
How many bottles of wine should I buy for my wedding?
The amount of wine you'll need to buy for your wedding will depend on the number of guests attending, the length of the reception, and how much wine you expect each guest to drink. As a general rule of thumb, you should plan on serving one bottle of wine per three to four guests. If you're unsure, it's always better to overestimate than underestimate.
Should I provide champagne for toasts at the wedding?
It is common to toast with champagne at weddings. Typically, a bottle of champagne serves around six people. It's best to have enough champagne ready to serve each guest with a glass of their own. Make sure to choose a high-quality champagne, and if the cost is too high, you could serve an excellent sparkling wine instead, like cava or prosecco.
How do I calculate the cost of wine for my wedding?
There are several factors to consider when calculating the cost of wine service for your wedding. First, determine how many guests will be drinking wine. Next, choose the different wines you want to serve and the price per bottle. Finally, calculate how many bottles of each wine you'll need. Be sure to consider any taxes when calculating the total cost.
Is it appropriate to ask for wine recommendations from the venue or caterer?
Your venue or caterer may have excellent recommendations for which wine to serve at your wedding. These professionals usually can recommend the best matching wine with your food choices and your wedding venue. You can also contact us at hello@disndis.com and we will make great recommendations. You can also request a wine tasting so that you can sample the choices before making your final selection.
Are there any special considerations for serving wine at a destination wedding?
A destination wedding may require a bit more planning when it comes to wine service. If you are planning a wedding in a region known for its wine, you may want to take advantage of this excellent opportunity to offer the local wines to your guests. Be sure to communicate with our team at hello@disndis.com to find the best ways to store and transport the wine for your event.
Can I offer a selection of local wines at my wedding?
Yes, absolutely! Offering a selection of local wines at your wedding not only adds a personal touch to your celebration, but it's also a great way to showcase the local wine culture. When choosing wines, consider the taste preferences of your guests and pair them with your wedding menu. It's a good idea to include a mix of red and white wines to cater to everyone's tastes.
How do I properly store and serve the wine at my wedding?
Temperature and lighting are two important factors to consider when storing wine. The ideal temperature for storing wine is between 10°C and 15°C, away from direct sunlight. When it comes to serving wine, white wines should be chilled between 7°C and 10°C, while red wines should be served at room temperature, around 15°C.
Are there any etiquettes to follow when serving wine at a wedding?
Yes, there are a few etiquettes to follow when serving wine at a wedding. Firstly, make sure to offer a variety of wines to cater to different tastes. Secondly, ensure that the wine glasses are clean and free from any fragrant residues. It's also a good idea to train your servers on how to properly serve wine, including pouring the correct amount and serving it at the correct temperature.
Do I need to have a separate bar for wine or can it be served at the main bar?
It's perfectly acceptable to serve wine at the main bar alongside other drinks. However, it's important to make sure that the wine is not stored near any fragrant liquors or foods that can impact its taste. If you have a large wedding, it's a good idea to have a separate wine bar to reduce wait times for drinks.
Are there any special deals or discounts for buying wedding wine in bulk?
Yes! We offer discounts for buying in bulk. The more wine you buy, the bigger the discount you can receive. This is a popular option for couples who want to provide their own wine for their wedding. Contact us at hello@disndis.com well in advance to inquire about our bulk buying options.
How far in advance should I order my wedding wine?
It’s best to order your wedding wine at least six months in advance. This allows enough time for the wine to arrive and for any transportation issues to be resolved. It also gives you enough time to make any adjustments you need to your order. Remember to store your wine in a cool, dark place until the wedding day.
What is the average cost of wedding wine?
The cost of wedding wine can vary greatly depending on the type of wine you choose and where you buy it from. On average, you can expect to pay around €10-€30 per bottle. Keep in mind that we offer discounts for buying in bulk, so it’s worth contacting us at hello@disndis.com to see what deals you can get.