A wine party is basically just a party that is thrown with the primary goal of sharing wine. This is your chance to show off your excellent wine etiquette to your friends. However, there are a few things you’ll need in order to have an impressive wine party. Most importantly, you’ll need the wine, that’s an obvious one. Next, you’ll need some good wine tasting music, something relaxing yet trendy, I personally like a genre I call synthpop jazz.. Next, you’ll need some easy appetizers for wine parties that pair well with whatever type you are drinking or serving!
Use your knowledge of wine pairings to come up with some of the best easy appetizers for wine during your next party.
Birthday parties come once a year, an anniversary is celebrated once a year, a good bottle of wine can be celebrated as often as you’d like. We enjoy throwing wine parties even if there is no other cause for celebration. At a wine party, you can have everyone bring their favorite wine, supply all of the wine, or go to a winery for tastings. No matter how you celebrate, the second most important aspect of a wine party is the food. If you’re hosting the party, you’ll want some easy appetizer recipes for wine parties.
Merlot Meatballs | Sugar & Soul
Pear and Almond Pastries | Home Made Interest
Italian Pesto Sliders | Wine and Glue
Goat Cheese with Pistachios & Cranberries | Joy Love Food
Baked Brie Bites | Complete Recipes
During a wine party, you’ll want to skip the main course and keep the appetizers coming. Luckily, these appetizers are easy to make, and you can choose a bunch of them to serve together!
Spinach & Artichoke Flatbread | Carrie’s Experimental Kitchen
Pear, Parmesan and Honey Crostini | The Almond Eater
Marinated Cheese | The Kitchen is My Playground
Pear and Gorgonzola Mini Tartlets | Plated Cravings
Smoked Prosciutto Wrapped Apple Bites | Culinary Ginger
Strawberry Bruschetta | Everything Fab
Wine Butters | Peaceful Bend Vineyard
Boursin Prosciutto Phyllo Cups | The Cookie Rookie
Antipasto Kabobs | Mom What’s for Dinner Blog
Baked Brie with Wine Soaked Blackberries | Lemon Tree Dwelling
You may have noticed a theme in most of these recipes; cheese. There’s something about wine and cheese that is just a match made in heaven.
Prosciutto-Wrapped Grissini | Epicurious
Port Wine Cheese Spread | Pastry Chef Online
Caprese Salad Skewers | Stuck on Sweet
Baked Brie with Sun-Dried Tomatoes | Taste and Tell
Cranberry & Brie Bites | Kitchen Sanctuary