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Mixology Mastery: Elevate Your Cocktails with Top-Notch Garnishes, Mixers, and More!

At Bartending Mobile, we understand that wine and beer are the preferred choices for most partygoers. As a general guideline, you can expect that about 50% of your guests will opt for wine, 30% will lean towards beer, and approximately 20% will prefer spirits. To ensure a well-stocked bar, it's recommended to plan for each person to consume 2 drinks within the first hour of the event, followed by one drink per hour thereafter. By considering these estimates, you can confidently prepare a delightful assortment of beverages for your guests' enjoyment at your next gathering.

When it comes to choosing the perfect wines for your event, our expertise at Bartending Mobile ensures that you make confident and trustworthy selections. In addition to considering your guests' preferences, it's essential to choose wines that complement the food you'll be serving. Our expert advice suggests serving red wines alongside red meats, while white wines pair exquisitely with lighter dishes and white meats. For a truly impressive touch, consider starting with a sparkling wine to accompany appetizers, and continue to pair wines with each course thereafter. As you explore our wide selection of wines, you'll find detailed pairing information on each product's page, allowing you to make the ideal selections for your menu with certainty.

To enhance the wine experience, it's crucial to pay attention to proper serving temperatures. Red wines should be chilled in the refrigerator for approximately 15 minutes before serving, as they are best enjoyed at a temperature of 62-65°F. White wines, on the other hand, should be refrigerated for about 30 minutes before serving and kept chilled in ice buckets throughout the duration of your event. Additionally, remember to provide appropriate glassware. Traditionally, red wine, white wine, and sparkling wines are served in different glasses. For an elegant affair, ensure each place setting includes one glass for red wine, one for white wine, and a separate glass for water. For more casual events, a single style glass for both red and white wine is acceptable, but we still recommend using coupes or flutes for sparkling wines to truly elevate the experience.

Rest assured that our recommendations at www.bartendingmobile.com are backed by our extensive knowledge, ensuring that you create an impeccable wine selection and presentation that will impress your guests and elevate your event to new heights of sophistication and enjoyment.

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