One of the biggest problems faced when attending a party is what food or drink you’ll bring to share with the guests. A bottle of wine is always a good bet when going to a dinner party, but what type do you bring???
Save Money – Don’t Overthink It
I love expensive wine, I really do. Hints of walnut with cast-iron undertones, its great. That’s not what your group of friends need. This is about a fun get together. In those situations the best bet is to go with a cheap wine that tastes good. Cheap wine like Oak Leaf is designed with one purpose, to taste commercially delicious. Oak Leaf finds no joy in having a “sophisticated” taste. We’re talking the “Family Guy” of wine. It tastes good to most people so it costs $7.
Buy the box wine. Its the best bang for your buck.
Stay away from reds, the alcohol percentage is lower and the bitterness makes them less appealing
Sparkling Wine is inefficient no matter the brand. Save money and stick with a Chardonnay, Moscato, or a Merlot.
Cheap Wine Is Better
Bringing box wine to a party garners two reactions; Excitement or judgment. For those who wish to judge you on your box wine selection please point out the following: